Andrew Huberman recommends David Brooks’s The Road to Character on his podcast this week. Meanwhile, with the first three academic quarters complete and one to go, I’m preparing to fully engage my social studies class in the Civil War when we get back from spring break. An essential question of our course is “what does… Continue reading Seventy-five Percent There
My friend Ken linked to “Teachers Are Quitting in Droves and Posting About it on TikTok” (vice.com) from his Facebook page, which inspired me to have this ChatGPT conversation. My prompts are in bold; you might want to start from the bottom if you’re not too interested in cliché-based responses–although it is interesting to consider… Continue reading AI’s Education Reform Analysis
Prompt: Combine the basic views of economists Adam Smith, Milton Friedman, and Frederich Hayek with the moral and legal outlook of Abraham Lincoln to make the best possible arguments for an Unconditional Basic Income. Combining the ideas of Adam Smith, Milton Friedman, Friedrich Hayek, and Abraham Lincoln to make arguments in favor of an Unconditional… Continue reading ChatGPT Helps Lincoln and Dead Economists Explain UBI
Thanks, ChatGPT! I gave it this prompt: Please write a blog post in a formal academic style that describes how and gives credit to the iPhone apps AutoSleep, Carbon by Reform LLC, Fitbod, Waking Up, and Down Dog, including how they have improved my well-being. Connect these apps to top priorities for healthy and productive… Continue reading ChatGPT Wrote About My 5 Most Valuable Apps
AI is useful. Here’s ChatGPT’s plan in response to this prompt: “Write a plan to reach a compromise between the left, which wants to reduce consumption and end poverty, and the right, which wants to cut taxes on work and investment and make government more efficient. Discuss how Unconditional Basic Income could accomplish this, especially… Continue reading ChatGPT’s UBI Ideas
On March 7, 2017, a yearbook editor at my school wanted a quote from me for the English page. I supplied this: It used to be that the study of English was confined to reading, writing, speaking, listening, and conventions. But today, with so many so dynamic ways for so many people to transmit so… Continue reading Old Ideas
Just read two assignments in a row that attempted to use good as an adverb. Good is an adjective. If you did something, you did it well! See GrammarBook.com for clarification on when it’s good and when things are well.