Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Written about 9 hours ago

Have you ever noticed you have to unwrap two wrappings on a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup in order to get it unwrapped?

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More Thoughts on College

Written about 9 hours ago

College sucks your soul from your body, convinces you that because you for your diploma you can be properly accepted into society. If they are lucky, they'll convince you that you need to send your...

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How brave are you?

Written about 10 hours ago

In order to have fundamental insights, you have to step past convention and be brave enough to announce your beliefs and act on them. Fundamental Insights only add value when you are brave enoug...

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All Image No Content - Draft

Written 7 days ago

Draft

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Credentialism

Written 7 days ago

Credentialism is a war on creativity and belief in ones self. Credentialism destroys individualism and forces a mold on everyone. Credentialism breaks the human spirit. Refuse credentials. Refuse c...

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Modern Larry Page - DRAFT

Written 8 days ago

Modern Larry Page wouldn't use Google. Modern Larry Page would use DDG. Modern Larry Page is principled, not rational.

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Everyone Does Things the Easy Way

Written 10 days ago

I think everyone always does the easiest thing, no matter what. The only differentiation is the perception of that "thing". For me, I hated college, so I dropped out. If I thought I would ins...

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Plugins I've Written

Written 11 days ago

<a href="https://github.com/Samuel-Pedraza/lawyer-plugin">Lawyer Plugin</a> - lazy ripoff of some sumo me popups <a href="https://github.com/Samuel-Pedraza/ezquote">EZ Quote</a> <a href="https://...

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Articles

Written 15 days ago

http://gordonbrander.com/pattern/conformability/ http://mishadoff.com/blog/clojure-design-patterns/ https://www.iep.utm.edu/girard/#H3 https://www.bible-topics.com/Wells.html https://me...

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WordPress WorkFlow

Written 18 days ago

(Not including obvious stuff like javascript, html5, git, mysql) <ul> <li>SASS</li> <li>Timber/Twig</li> <li>WPGulp (feels like im cheating honestly)</li> </ul> Leaving this here for myself...

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Favorite Article

Written 18 days ago

This has to be one of the best articles I've enjoyed. I love this story so much. https://www.gq.com/story/stardew-valley-eric-barone-profile

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Things I'm thinking about Today

Written 19 days ago

GREAT NEW IDEAS https://wptavern.com/new-commonwp-plugin-enables-wordpress-sites-to-use-the-free-jsdelivr-cdn I wonder if the best new ideas are the ones that think about scaling at a global le...

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9/24/2018 - Blog

Written 21 days ago

I've been at Iterate Marketing for almost 2 months now. Shaheen, the chill SEO guy, just quit last Friday, while I was out on challenge trip. (best one yet). I came back and it was as if all the en...

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Brain Dump

Written 29 days ago

Biblical Literalism and the Lindy Effect Literalists dont abide literally, and are too academic Abstraction of certain ideals what you dont understand isn't stupid --- what you don't underst...

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"That's not possible." "That's insane." "This can't be correct." "This is ridiculous." "This doesn't make sense." All these phrases are our initial reaction when we run into an under...

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Opportunities and Stigma

Written about 1 month ago

I saw someone say the other day, (paraphrasing) "Community college shouldn't be stigmatized. They're great and affordable." (Relative to other colleges) Stigma functions as an opportunity signal...

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Thought Process

Written about 1 month ago

Do you live in the end of history or the beginning of the future? If you live at the end of history, all ideas have been discovered, everything is great and we just need to listen to orthodoxy. ...

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Risk and Entrepreneurs

Written about 1 month ago

People think entrepreneurs like to take a low amount of high risk attempts. Entrepreneurs like to take a large amount of low risk attempts. This makes them antifragile.

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Breaking Online Status

Written 3 months ago

Status is a pervasive element in our society, and affects our online social media interactions significantly. Obsession with status, a zero sum game, leads obsessors to feelings of insignificanc...

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Programmer vs Engineer

Written 6 months ago

Lately I've been diving deep into the fundamentals. One thing I was quite interested in, was the underlying architecture of Git. I didn't understand was quite how Git stored information. T...

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Perception of Time

Written 6 months ago

Lately I've been thinking about how people perceive time. There are a few things that will change how you perceive time. <ul> <li>Boredom</li> <li>Public Speaking</li> <li>Pain</li> ...

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Frustrations and Programming

Written 6 months ago

The most frustrated I get when I'm programming is when I focus on the outcome, and not the process. You can learn how to program by focusing on the outcome. But I think the truly excellent progr...

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Here, I will systematically breakdown the first scripture in the book of Genesis. I've always had a fascination with this scripture, and I want to deconstruct and attempt to understand all of the k...

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Big Mistake I made

Written 7 months ago

One of the biggest mistakes I've made is taking myself to seriously. I've always wanted to start my own business, but I was always too scared to shoulder personal responsibility for it. Be le...

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A few great websites for finding open source projects to contribute towards: <a href="http://www.firsttimersonly.com/">First Timers Only</a> This is a great way to just get started. Follow th...

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The other day I had some difficulty assigning my bluehost domain name to my heroku account for this website. I thought I would detail the process here. <ul> <li>Sign in</li> <li>Go to domain...

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Funny Story from Midrash

Written 7 months ago

A story I read recently in a book about the Midrash discussed the Jewish view of the Word of God. It was quite humorous and very plainly demonstrated the necessity of viewing the law from a strictl...

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Hello World

Written 7 months ago

This is my first blog post! Welcome to my blog! Many interesting things will soon be posted on here.

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