There have been endless articles on how to work from home. And so many of them are wrong in one way or another, yet each proclaims itself to be true for you and your productivity. The fact is that working from home means a lot of different things, and every individual has to find their own rhythm. And for some of us, it’s downright magical compared to working in an office.
At last, some sense.
I’ve learned to reframe “procrastination” as “marination.”
I'm still learning. Have been for 45 years.
On the plus side, maybe more people will stop using "exponential" as a synonym for "very large".
"I calculate that the reductions in air pollution in China caused by this economic disruption likely saved 20-times more lives in China than have currently been lost due to the virus in that country"
Oh boy! Data analysis rocks.
[W]hen they’re just talking smack, maybe the best thing to do would be to ignore them – and instead rely on sources who actually know what they’re talking about and reporters who know enough about health and science and reality to discern between what’s true and what’s not.
That would be almost all the time, right?