I'd like to be able to search the "80000 hours" and the "Effective Altruism" LinkedIn groups for members from my city. The group member lists are only searchable for names.I think it could be a good way to contact local EA-aligned people who aren't on our radar. Is there any workaround for doing this?
Very useful! It's only free for the first 12 months though. After that, it's $16 for every million characters.How far would one be allowed to spread those audiobooks before running into legal troubles? If the books are in public domain, would Amazon hold some copyright on the audio version?
(Repost from Shortform because I didn't get an answer. Hope that's ok.)The "Personal Blogposts" section has recently become swamped with [Event] posts.Most of them are irrelevant to me. Is there a way to hide them in the "All Posts"-view?
The "Personal Blogposts" section has recently become swamped with [Event] posts.Most of them are irrelevant to me. Is there a way to hide them in the "All Posts"-view?
I'm not an expert but skimmed the two documents that seemed most relevant. The mortality rate analysis of the study and how they derive the $1235 per life estimate from it. Two things that I noticed, which jlewars didn't mention yet:[Again not an expert, so don't make any conclusions based on what I write here.]
Thanks a lot, this sounds really interesting. Do you have any sense, why producers are not already fortifying feed with at least some of the nutrients? If deficiencies contribute significantly to the mortality of the hen, wouldn't it be in their self-interest to do so?
Arrest this man!
I'm not sure if it completely fits, but Grizzly Man is a great documentary about (questionable) altruism.Furthermore, the movie focuses also a lot on questions surrounding which view of nature we should have. It seemed to subtly reinforce my emotional stance towards wild animal suffering.
I'd love to have a weekly/monthly open post, where everyone could ask questions and post small ideas. I imagine something similar to LessWrongs "Open & Welcome Thread". This could make some people more comfortable with starting to contribute to the forum.
"Wischedag" isn't really a last name and alliterates with "Waschke". "Hans" is a german placeholder name.