The Dunning Kruger Effect of Popular Science
As long as it is catered towards entertainment, a YouTube video cannot explain quantum computing adequately for those who want to learn.
Fake news doesn’t merely provide you with false information. It gives you the illusion of truth. Motivational quotes don’t merely provide near-zero substance. Reading them gives you the illusion...
A Letter to TOPS Students
We can take this opportunity to create something positive. Yes, @fsociety_toronto should take this opportunity to create something positive. But so could we. We are half of the...
How I built the quantum search algorithm in 2 weeks without prior knowledge
and how you could too! - My quantum computing journey so far
Picture this: in 2 weeks, you have to speak in front of 70 people about something you built in quantum computing. Today, you don't know anything...
Antifragility with Ammielle — Release Notes
On why I started this podcast, editing, & host-guest balance
I tend to talk similarly to whatever podcast I happen to be listening to. I've been listening to some After On recently, and boy does Rob Reid talk a lot in the shows that he hosts...
Appreciation with Uma and Jessica - Release Notes
First Principles Episode 2. Check out the show: first.lauragao.ca/2
From a materialistic standpoint, publishing blog posts on your personal website doesn't make sense. If you want to grow an audience, Medium is a much better bet: your content gets distributed across the...
November 2020 Newsletter Release Notes
I focused more on making my newsletters engaging than making them valuable.
In September and October, the majority of my audience were my friends, around >60% were...
Yesterday I was in Velocity. Today I'm not.
Reflections on getting kicked out of a program I've been looking forward to for 6 months.