Found these beautiful slides by some professor. It’s fascinating how the slides themselves are interactive.

Which by the way reminds me of MarkDeck, which allows to make presentations as code in whatever editor and which imo has a lot of potential for me. I’ll look through it later.


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Add to Anki \wedge \vee and other latexy things I’ve used. Add to anki formulas without commentaries, which work both sides.

Check how can I transform O in Firefox to open in the same tab

Possibly add the Glossary COICOP numbers to anki?

Add “personal” anki deck where I’ll focus everything important but sensitive.


Money is, at its essence, that measure of a man’s choices. (As quoted here).

First of all, I’m gathering resources to do it all systematically. So far the plan is:

Think about which books to read, possible variants:

  • 4-hour-workweek
  • The book from Deutsche bank about investing.

At the same time, parallelly to the above:

  • Make finally a budget and stick to it
  • Save X $currency per month
  • Build the needed liquidity
  • At the same time start slowly investing into stocks

In general, for less actionable steps:

  • Look into diversifying income

In february maximally stick to a budget and learn finances.