chrisaldrich / Chris Aldrich

I’m a Johns Hopkins trained biomedical and electrical engineer with a variety of interests in information theory, biology, big history, abstract and theoretical mathematics, evolution, genetics, microbiology, transgenetics, translational medicine, mnemonics, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation.

There are forty-three people in chrisaldrich’s collective.

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  1. Make Life Work with Brian Suda – Make Life Work

    The one when Si talks to Brian about innovating with football tech, AR being better than VR and living in Iceland.

    23 October 2020 (Duration: 51:08 — 46.9MB)

    Brian Suda – master informatician in Iceland – has worked with Si on a number of side projects in the past. He’s always managed to balance a healthy balance between his freelance gig, plenty side projects and enjoy giving back to the community.

    Show Notes: * (optional.is) * World Cup Kick Off (v4) * 1000 100 True Fans by Kevin Kelly * A Practical Guide to Designing with Data * Newsletters iOS app

    https://makelifeworkpodcast.com/brian-suda/

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  2. Reinventing research – Part Two: Impact, outputs, and the US National Research Cloud - Future Tense - ABC Radio National

    There’s bipartisan support in the United States for the establishment of a national AI research cloud. So, how would academics benefit and what role would big tech play in its operations? Also, problems with academic inclusivity in the developing world, and could alternative channels of distribution soon rival the primacy of peer-reviewed journals?

    https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/futuretense/reinventing-research-%E2%80%93-part-two:-impact,-outputs,-and-the-us-na/12653908

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  3. Reinventing research – Part One: future scenarios and moving away from the publish or perish mantra - Future Tense - ABC Radio National

    The research community is facing a “crisis of reproducibility”, according to the head of the Center for Open Science, Professor Brian Nosek. He says many of the traditional practices designed to make research robust, actually distort and diminish its effectiveness. In this episode, he details his ideas for reform. We also explore three plausible scenarios for how the academic sector could look in 2030.

    https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/futuretense/reinventing-research-%E2%80%93-part-one:-future-scenarios-and-moving-aw/12653804

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  4. A long-read Q&A with Cesar Hidalgo, author of ‘Why Information Grows’ | American Enterprise Institute - AEI

    Intro to econ classes usually teach students to understand the economy as the combination of labor, capital, and land. But it might be more fruitful to think of the key players as atoms, energy, and information.

    https://www.aei.org/economics/a-long-read-qa-with-cesar-hidalgo-author-of-why-information-grows/

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  5. Functioning as a Functionalist

    Andy Matuschak, Functional Swift Conference, December 2014

    Swift makes it easier than ever to apply functional paradigms to your codebase. But you’re working with a platform—and perhaps an old codebase—which are completely procedural. Your teammates may not have tried functional programming before. If you spout functionalist jargon unprompted in every code review, you’ll create culture clash: you can’t give someone an answer to a question they haven’t asked.

    http://2014.funswiftconf.com/speakers/andy.html

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  6. Designing and Developing New Tools For Thought with Andy Matuschak - Village Global’s Venture Stories

    Andy Matuschak (@andy_matuschak), joins Erik on this episode. He is a technologist, designer and researcher. They discuss:- The key thread throughout his work and what he’s trying to accomplish.- Why people read books despite remembering little of what they read.- What books should look like and the features they should have in the digital age.- Why spaced repetition is so powerful.- His requests for startups in the space.Remember to apply for the winter vintage of our Network Catalyst accelerator! It is a personalized program that features masterclasses from some of the best in Silicon Valley and a dedicated network leader focused on making the introductions you need to turbocharge your company. You can participate in-person in San Francisco or virtually from anywhere around the world. Find out more and apply at villageglobal.vc/networkcatalyst.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Venture Stories is brought to you by Village Global, is hosted by co-founder and partner, Erik Torenberg and is produced by Brett Bolkowy.

    https://www.breaker.audio/venture-stories/e/52733086

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  7. 166: Ambient Struggles (feat. May-Li Khoe & Andy Matuschak)

    Today’s show is a rare two-person episode featuring previous-guest May-Li Khoe and newcomer Andy Matuschak. In this episode we do things a bit different, digging into tough topics like fear, learning how to learn, designing with convictions, working on the right problems, and so much more.

    Come chat with us in our Slack team! Over 5,000 designers and developers have already joined our team, chatting about the latest tools and news in the design world. Each week we also host a community critique with a special guest host. To join our team visit our Slack invite page and we’ll send you an invitation!

    https://designdetails.fm/episodes/49153

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  8. Andy Matuschak on Books and Learning - Econlib

    Software Engineer Andy Matuschak talks about his essay "Why Books Don’t Work" with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Matuschak argues that most books rely on transmissionism, the idea that an author can share an idea in print and the reader will absorb it. And yet after reading a non-fiction book, most readers will struggle to remember any of the ideas in the book. Matuschak argues for a different approach to transmitting ideas via the web including different ways that authors or teachers can test for understanding that will increase the chances of retention and mastery of complex ideas.

    https://www.econtalk.org/andy-matuschak-on-books-and-learning/

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  9. Andy Matuschak: Designing Education — David Perell

    Andy Matuschak is a software engineer, designer, and researcher.

    He’s focused on Tools for Thought — which is a fancy way of saying that he works on technologies that expand what people can think and do. Before working as a researcher, he helped build iOS at Apple, focusing on foundations like multitouch, animation, and inter-app coordination.

    Then, he worked at Khan Academy where he led and co-founded the Research & Development group. In this conversation, we talk about the structure of online education, my online writing course, how to take notes, strategies for developing new ideas over time, secrets of creative partnerships, and what it means to do creative work.

    https://www.perell.com/podcast/andy-matuschak

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  10. Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters

    Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters is an Aboriginal-led exhibition taking visitors on a journey along the epic Seven Sisters Dreaming tracks, through art, Indigenous voices and innovative multimedia and other immersive displays.

    https://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/songlines

    15 SEP 2017

    Connect with the Seven Sisters as they travel across the land pursued by a mischievous shape-shifter in this audio tour originally developed for the Songlines exhibition. Contains sexual references.

    Presenters:Alison Page, Duncan Smith and Ursula Yovich

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