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  1. Dec 2023
    1. what is this thing hope because a lot of people dismiss it and say that it's 00:21:01 it's a kind of weak emotion it's distracting it leads us to wishful thinking and so you know what can we what is the thinking about hope and if we apply our scientific lens 00:21:15 to it what can we do perhaps to make it a more powerful and and significant and useful emotion
      • for: definition - hope

      • definition: (robust) hope

        • has three characteristics:
          • honest
          • astute
          • powerful
    1. what I propose in commanding hope is a uh is a notion of hope that 00:25:30 counter poses to each of those critiques an alternative understanding of Hope hope that's honest instead of false astute instead of naive and Powerful instead of passive
      • for: definition - robust hope, robust hope triplet

      • definition: robust hope

      • honest instead of false
        • astute instead of naive
        • powerful instead of passive
  2. Aug 2022
  3. Mar 2022
    1. That’s all fine and well and good as long as you don’t have a crisis

      Systems that are too efficient will become brittle. Brittle systems collapse catastrophically when conditions vary too far from expectations. The only way to accommodate unforeseeable circumstances is to give up some efficiency for greater flexibility. This produces robust systems that endure where brittle systems collapse.

  4. Jun 2021
    1. In case writing to tmpfile fails for some reason, use && mv ... instead of ; mv ... -- that will keep $file from being overwritten with "bad" content.
  5. May 2021
    1. the bullet-proof way to add a path (e.g., ~/opt/bin) to the PATH environment variable is PATH="${PATH:+${PATH}:}~/opt/bin"
    1. I like the idea in theory, however it doesn’t feel very robust – you are relying on the layout of the page in question. Many authors regularly revisit articles and add new sections and paragraphs. Now your #h2:3 link points to a previous section. (This is far less likely to happen with IDs.)
  6. Mar 2021
  7. Feb 2021
  8. Jan 2021
    1. A robust solution is always the most desirable—in a time of crisis, it might even save a life. This might sound hyperbolic, but having a stable copy of something that works offline could make all the difference in a time of need.
  9. Jun 2020
  10. Jun 2017
    1. @article{ben2002robust, title={Robust optimization--methodology and applications}, author={Ben-Tal, Aharon and Nemirovski, Arkadi}, journal={Mathematical Programming}, volume={92}, number={3}, pages={453--480}, year={2002}, publisher={Springer} }