Comment author: konrad 11 October 2017 06:50:30AM 0 points [-]

Further, I think there are more case studies that could be provided by other groups (like ours). Do you have documents where others could contribute? That way we can compile a bunch of anecdata over time that might turn out more valuable insights.

Comment author: konrad 11 October 2017 06:49:10AM 0 points [-]

Thanks for writing this up! I found it pretty valuable and feel like I can confirm a lot of the things you're saying here. I'm hoping to write up something a little shorter and more concrete for new groups beginning of next year. Like, an EA group starter guide (not a step by step "to-do" or resource list, but how to think about building a group). Do you have something like this in mind? I think only few new people will be willing to read posts like this one, which is why I think something more condensed might be valuable.

In response to Political Ideology
Comment author: konrad 22 May 2017 12:25:46PM 1 point [-]

I find your posts a little hard to read because of the long hyperlinks that stand in stark contrast to the black. I'd recommend linking just one word, maximum two or three (you can still edit these posts).

Will read properly later! Thanks for writing these five apparently very interesting pieces!

Comment author: lifelonglearner 10 May 2017 12:32:01AM 1 point [-]

Thanks for linking my Murphyjitsu write-up!

Slight correction to TAP's: They're typically referred to as "Trigger Action Plans" (and not 'potentials').

Comment author: konrad 10 May 2017 09:08:55AM 0 points [-]

Thanks for making the effort of writing it up, very much appreciated.

Corrected TAPs, interesting mix-up, thanks for pointing it out!

Comment author: konrad 09 May 2017 06:08:15AM 8 points [-]

I wrote a piece that I would have liked to post on the forum. However, I just figured out that I can't post unless I get four more upvotes. So please upvote this, I'm not a bot. Blog post to read here on gdocs.

Comment author: konrad 04 November 2015 02:42:35PM 2 points [-]

We should definitely add Beth Barnes' talk, it seems to currently be the best first general intro talk.