The Hundred-Page Machine Learning Book has a nice companion website.
In Quanta Magazine: How Claude Shannon Invented the Future
The Stevie Awards are, according to their website, “the world’s premier business awards … created in 2002 to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide.” I learned about them through a LinkedIn post about their storytelling webinar, which bills itself as:
Every business has a story, but effective business storytelling is a lot harder than it seems. Corporate storytelling has become the go-to approach for every marketer to get their brand noticed, and moreover, valued by current and potential customers.
Of course I am curious, but I also wonder where the boundary for an interest in narrative lies? There’s a good research project, perhaps a dissertation, lying there for someone to pursue: all the ways the business world uses stories, storytelling, and narrative. I once did a survey of how culture is used in the business literature, but that was a while ago.
Fateen Alam has compiled a terrific Notion page that provides overviews of version control, setting up and using
git, and then using GitHub: Git and GitHub. (Notion is one of many new entrants into the note-taking app/system/omnibus category.)
Your Bias Is compresses 24 cognitive biases into a very small user interface. The definitions are very brief, but it may be useful as a way to introduce people to the notion of cognitive bias. A PDF and a poster of the biases are also available as well as other materials.
Fascinating idea: there is an informational bandwidth cap with which any form of human language must contend: Different Tongue, Same Information: 17-language Study Reveals How We Communicate Information at a Similar Rate.
Nicolas Rougier made a graphical MPL cheatsheet available as a GitHub repo.
Explorable explanations is a brilliant idea. How could we do this in the humanities?
This post on Reddit has a great list of mathematical conjectures that will probably occupy your time better than anything on social media, he notes realizing that Reddit is a form of social media.