Monthly Archives: July 2012

Content over form bias


Content over form bias is the term I use to describe an attitude that information being conveyed (content) is more important than the manner in which it is expressed (form). I realize that some people might deny that any clear-cut … Continue reading

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Reflections on morality


It has been bothering me for a while that I lacked a coherent logical framework for my views on morality. Being the logical-mathematical type, I favour an axiomatic approach to ethics, in which I will choose the axioms that make … Continue reading

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Reflections on physical appearance


This post was originally going to be titled Reflections on morality, but after work today I decided I was tired and didn’t want to write it. That long and detailed post will come tomorrow, hopefully. I’ll use today to get … Continue reading

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Existence of friend zone is not falsifiable


Soon after I stopped blogging last year, I realized that I had a lot of things I wanted to say, just as before, and I had deprived myself of a channel for them. So I did the next best thing: … Continue reading

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Covalent versus ionic bonds


Soon after I stopped blogging last year, I realized that I had a lot of things I wanted to say, just as before, and I had deprived myself of a channel for them. So I did the next best thing: … Continue reading

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Technical terms I find useful in everyday conversation


Soon after I stopped blogging last year, I realized that I had a lot of things I wanted to say, just as before, and I had deprived myself of a channel for them. So I did the next best thing: … Continue reading

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Hebrew keyboard layout for Windows


Soon after I stopped blogging last year, I realized that I had a lot of things I wanted to say, just as before, and I had deprived myself of a channel for them. So I did the next best thing: … Continue reading

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