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New Book Announcement: Embrace Your Weird!

So psyched to announce my new book is up for pre-orders! It’s called “Embrace Your Weird: Face your Fears and Unleash Creativity!” I wrote this book because of all the responses to my memoir about how people started creating and dealing with their anxiety after reading it. I’m thrilled to have this finished, it’s a… Continue reading

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New Book Announcement: Embrace Your Weird!

So psyched to announce my new book is up for pre-orders! It’s called “Embrace Your Weird: Face your Fears and Unleash Creativity!” I wrote this book because of all the responses to my memoir about how people started creating and dealing with their anxiety after reading it. I’m thrilled to have this finished, it’s a… Continue reading

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Learning AI by doing: My new series of posts

Here’s how I trained my first machine learning system and what I learned about how deeply AI is shaped by human decisions. Continue reading

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Learning AI by doing: My new series of posts

Here’s how I trained my first machine learning system and what I learned about how deeply AI is shaped by human decisions. Continue reading

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In the form of a joke

A totally unfunny joke in the form of a joke about the car dealership offering buyers a free bible, flag, and rifle. Continue reading

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In the form of a joke

A totally unfunny joke in the form of a joke about the car dealership offering buyers a free bible, flag, and rifle. Continue reading

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In defense of public philosophy

Daily Nous has run a guest editorial by C. Thi Nguyen defending “public philosophy.” Yes! In fact, it’s telling that public philosophy even needs defense. And defense from whom? Here’s a pull quote from the last paragraph: To speak bluntly: the world is in crisis. It’s war, the soul of humanity is at stake, and […] Continue reading

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In defense of public philosophy

Daily Nous has run a guest editorial by C. Thi Nguyen defending “public philosophy.” Yes! In fact, it’s telling that public philosophy even needs defense. And defense from whom? Here’s a pull quote from the last paragraph: To speak bluntly: the world is in crisis. It’s war, the soul of humanity is at stake, and […] Continue reading

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In defense of public philosophy

Daily Nous has run a guest editorial by C. Thi Nguyen defending “public philosophy.” Yes! In fact, it’s telling that public philosophy even needs defense. And defense from whom? Here’s a pull quote from the last paragraph: To speak bluntly: the world is in crisis. It’s war, the soul of humanity is at stake, and […] Continue reading

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Updating Joho’s style

At long last I’m getting around to updating Joho’s look, for several reasons: First, my last redesign made the page look like it was designed in 1999, although I actually did the redesign about seven years ago, I think. Second, CSS has made it easy enough to avoid using a table as the container for […] Continue reading

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