Month: April 2019

  • Bullshit.

    Wealthy white boys from North America are more likely to be full of shit than other kids: Having derived and established the comparability of our bullshit scale via measurement invariance procedures, we go on to find that young men are more likely to bullshit than young women, and that bullshitting is somewhat more prevalent amongst…

  • 2019-04-29 14.01.11

    Whoa. Mesh. Where have you been all of my life? Picked up a Netgear Orbi bundle the other day on Amazon. All of a sudden all of my Rogue Amoeba Airfoil setup is WAY more stable and predictable. Stoked. Detailed review forthcoming. #wholehouseaudio #firstworldproblems

  • 2019-04-26 12.16.44

    Ten years ago Kyle built up my Surly LHT and he’s been my go-to guide for all things bikes ever since. New Jersey is so lucky to call this guy our own. Terrific to see him getting some recognition on The Radavist. #surly

  • Freedom vs Function

    Great piece by Brent Simmons (the guy who originally wrote MarsEdit, the app that I’m writing this entry in) about the freedom to make your computer your own and how that freedom is slowing eroding away. With every tightened screw we have less power than we had. And doing the things — unsanctioned, unplanned-for, often…

  • Day One Morning Health Shortcut

    Some folks over on the Day One Community FB group were interested in this shortcut I wrote. It computes your 7-day average for active energy and steps, asks you a few questions and creates a Day One journal entry. You will need to modify this shortcut. It’s a little tricky as it pulls health kit…

  • 2019-04-20 20.56.36

    Was out cruising in the Atlantic Ocean this past week so broke my streak of posting but I’m back. Here’s a picture from the trip.

  • Ed Boyden on Minding your Brain

    I listened to this absolutely fascinating podcast yesterday. Tyler Cowen is a great interviewer and he and Boyden cover such a huge range of neuroscience topics: from mental illness to optogenetics to ketamine to meditation to blowing up bits of your brain using a material like the use in diapers so that the bits are…

  • 2019-04-12 15.07.12

    Love it when shuffle gives you EXACTLY the right song for snaking through Red Bank traffic.</>

  • 2019-04-10 13.15.55

    5 years ago today (thanks Day One for the reminder). Seems like we’ve done a lifetime of travel in this thing and it’s only been 5 years. #bestpurchaseever

  • 2019-04-10 12.22.27

    Spring on Nassau St, Princeton.