Survivorship Bias | A form of selection bias where the survivors – or the illuminated data – of a particular subject are disproportionately evaluated.
A commonly held belief is that machinery, equipment, and goods manufactured in previous generations often is better built and lasts longer than comparable items built during present times. You usually hear someone say:
They don’t make ’em like they used to. But because of the selective pressures of time and usage, it is inevitable that only those items which were built to last will have survived into the present day.
Hard Kombucha | A fermented tea with probiotic bacteria with another round of fermentation to bring the alcohol level up significantly.
f.lux | Makes the color of your computer’s display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day. Here
Solve via iteration. Then get paid via repetition.
Pull up bar | No screws. No drilling. Game-changer. Here
“Is the deer crossing the road, or is the road crossing the forest?”— Freequill