Occasional excursions, some interesting ideas.

This is a list of websites I occassionally read.

Stratechery - On the business, strategy, and impact of technology by Ben Thompson

Commonplace - building career moats in a constantly changing world

LessWrong - More precisely, LessWrong 2.0, is a collection of long-form insights into a variety of concepts including rationality, ethics, technology, effective altruism etc.

Visual Capitalist - The infographics are very appealing and informative.

Wait But Why - Psychology, philosophy, and a zillion things wrapped in humor.

Paul Graham Essays - A classic list of tiny observational essays.

Metaculus - A community of people making predictions about the future with some nice discussions around reasoning under uncertainty.

Quanta Magazine - covers complex topics in science for "popular science", often insightful.

Spurious Correlations - examples for the correlation v/s causation phenomenon

The Pudding - is a digital publication that explains ideas debated in culture with visual essays.


Ben Thompson - In-depth articles by on analysis of the strategy and business side of technology and media, and the impact of technology on society

Fred Wilson - Writes some insightful content on a broad spectrum of topics.

Seth Godin - Mainly known for his bestselling work on marketing, the blog has nice tid bits.

Terence Tao - The math prodigy also has some career advice.

Patrick Collison - Co-Founder of Stripe with some great writing.

People in Machine Learning

Andrew Gelman - Probably the most prominent Bayesian (and its critic) with takes on plenty of topics. Guest authors occasionally.