Time spent using electronics is negatively correlated to well-being

Study after study shows using electronics over long periods of times is bad for our health. https://www.nature.com/articles/s44184-022-00015-6 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6214874 https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/9/1/e023191 I see it in myself as I work in the tech industry and so I’m constantly using computers, on my phone, and building software for others to consume. If I work too long on problems, my… Continue reading Time spent using electronics is negatively correlated to well-being

fun

Try to have more fun in your life. It can drastically improve your life: https://www.ted.com/talks/catherine_price_why_having_fun_is_the_secret_to_a_healthier_life/ Fun doesn’t mean what others think is fun, it needs to be genuinely fun to you. What makes you laugh and smile? If you do not know what you like to do for fun, observe yourself and keep a list… Continue reading fun

new daily questions

Here are new daily questions I am testing, thanks to Rangan Chatterjee: In the am What is one thing you deeply appreciate about your life? What is the most important thing you have to do today? What quality do you want to show the world today? In the evening What went well today? What did… Continue reading new daily questions

silence

Spend time in silence every day. As much as you can. It is an absolute super power to sit in silence and just be. Focus on nothing or your breath, feel your body. You do not want to follow where your thoughts talk you. Just observe them and let them pass by. Do large chunks… Continue reading silence

AI’s Risk Lies in Human Hands, Not Autonomous Takeover

Recently I’ve been thinking about if AI will really take over the human race. Its a polarizing topic that keeps coming up.  However I feel when delving deeper into the intricacies of this technological marvel reveals a more nuanced reality. The current innovation that everyone is going wild about are large language models (LLMs). LLMs… Continue reading AI’s Risk Lies in Human Hands, Not Autonomous Takeover