This place attracts nerds.  You probably are one.  The main failing of nerds, to echo the linked post, is failure to provide value in the here and now.  

Nerds are good.  I am one.  They often focus on multipliers, and multipliers scale.  But there has to be something to multiply.

Neoreaction attracts nerds, and the whole movement/ideology/field of study is, I think, a giant multiplier.  So I think it has a great future.

It has a pretty crappy present though.

So!  As a nerd among nerds, a lover of multipliers among lovers of multipliers, I’m crossing the chasm.  Expect to see less theory here, and more mundane stuff.  How to change your oil.  Mnemonic tricks.  I’m aiming for stuff that will a)be useful to everybody b)will be easy to remember (expect a lot of mnemonics and movie references), and most of all, sparse.  I’ll be posting less, and posting better.

Have a good Thursday night.


  1. Chad says:

    Good. There are too many intellectuals here, without enough intelligence or skills. Too many keyboard jockeys.

    I’m not against nerds, and have been one at various points of life, but a conglomeration of nerds constantly nerding out doesn’t get much done beyond figuring out how to get things done.

  2. Agapoula says:

    Happy Thursday! Looking forward to read your new stuff 🙂 .

  3. I use The Memory Book and it’s very useful. I look forward to any mnenomic “tricks” you share.

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