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Last Update: 2020-11-12

I recently went through the interesting exercise of reviewing past tweets. In the process I was surprised to discover many threads of thought which I’d forgotten1.

Reading them sparked old ideas that I hadn’t visited in a while. I’m starting this post to cache a collection of these threads. The hope is that this will serve as a reminder to explore them at a later time. Or perhaps an interested reader such as yourself will reinterpret them through the lens of your own experiences, and combine them in new ways :)

I expect this to be a live document that I’ll occasionally update with more recent threads as time permits.

Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, and Opportunities

Write More, Tweet Less

Department of Hacking

Phonetic Scripts & Capitalization

English Spelling Rules

Rote Learning is Overfitting

Brain Cache Prefetching

Blueprints and Source Code

Overthinking + Bias/Variance Tradeoff

Time Balance in Writing

Uber Driver Interaction Diversity

Absolute Insignificance

Philosophy as a Guiding Vector

Book Thoughts

Heated Science Debates

“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” ― Albert Einstein


  1. Considering the counterfactual for a moment, what would have happened with these ideas had they not been tweeted? Would they have been reencountered upon at a later time, or simply lost to the sands of time? [return]

Written May 23, 2020. Send feedback to @bhaprayan.

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