• How to conquer trauma?

    How to conquer trauma?

    This blog post draws ideas from 3 books from neuroscience to psychology to explain trauma and how to conquer it.

  • Be precise in your speech

    Be precise in your speech

    Say what you mean, so that you can find out what you mean. Act out what you say, so you can find out what happens. Then pay attention. Note your errors. Articulate them. Strive to correct them. That is how you discover the meaning of your life. That will protect you from the tragedy of your life.

  • Absurdity and Suicide

    Absurdity and Suicide

    My interpretation on the first chapter of Albert Camus’s The Myth of Sisyphus.

  • Personal Reflections, part 1

    These are the compilations of personal reflections. I post this partially hoping that it informs readers of my nature to attract people who are like-minded, and partially hoping that it may be useful to others.

  • Why evergreen notes need to be atomic, concept-oriented, and densely linked?

    In a previous blog post, I talked about taking notes in a more serious way in Obsidian, but what would a serious note looks like? In this post, I describe the benefits of developing notes. I also hypothesize why we need to develop evergreen notes, rather than just regular notes. Finally, I make a case […]

  • Constraint relaxation and chunk decomposition as means to insight

    Constraint relaxation and chunk decomposition as means to insight

    What is the most prominent theory on insights, and what methods can be used to achieve insights ?

  • How to take notes more seriously with Obsidian

    How to take notes more seriously with Obsidian

    Introduction Note-taking is an activity that gets practiced a lot, but not a lot of practices get articulated and then popularized. Today I want to talk about some thoughts I have regarding the principles behind practicing taking notes seriously. I think it is important to have as a self-development toolkit as well as a competitive […]

  • A synthesis of risk management, part 1

    A synthesis of risk management, part 1

    This blog post is the result of my notes, taken with different interests in mind, converging towards a topic of risk management, hence the title of the blog post. In the first part, the narrative examines risk using multiple insights that I have been able to obtain overtime. These insights (to me anyway) are drawn from biology, system thinking, philosophy, theology, and personal experience.

  • Demystifying CI/CD, and a simple economic concept that enables Continuous Delivery

    We often hear the term CI/CD getting tossed around in conversations, particularly in the software world. It has become such a buzzword, like AI and Machine Learning, that our mind becomes saturated. As a result, we unconsciously (or consciously) don’t even bother elaborating the term. Continuous Integration Continuous Integration helps reduce risks By reducing the […]

  • Why I built Another Writing Application

    Another Writing Application Updated: Sometimes the backend is turned off automatically, I check in frequently to make sure it’s up. If you’re not able to put your writing references into the application leave a comment and I’ll check the backend. If you’re concerned with data privacy, use the application locally, please visit its Github repository. […]