February 2021 Links Roundup and Notes
Being a curious person and a voracious online reader, I collect a lot of material every given month. I bookmark almost everything but rarely sit down to organize the really insightful things I found. Let’s see if I can make it a habit to review the most notable things I learned or collected in the month.
If you find any of these pointers useful, please do let me know @durdn.
Interesting, Useful, Mad Reads
- About what happens when you build a powerful Quantum Computer: I don’t know, Timmy, being God is a big responsibility @ Things Of Interest
- I found this breakdown and gentle guide, very very useful: How to be more productive without forcing yourself
- Fantastic look at some of the back stories of the researchers that brought us the Vaccine: Researchers looking for mRNA were ridiculed by colleagues. Luckily, that didn’t stop them.
- The daring madmen who inhales a self made Vaccine assembled via peptides bought on the internet: Making Vaccine - LessWrong
- Fantastic Breakdown of the Vaccine for programmers: Reverse Engineering the source code of the BioNTech/Pfizer SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine
- Prefabricated tiny house that looks fantastic: Zero House
- Fantastic Merino Wool underwear and shirts we used during the Camino
05 March 2021