Embracing Potential: A Day Filled with Excitement and Possibility
cj.burrito

Mar 4, 2024 - 6:21am

The user provided context is a reflection on the day, expressing excitement about ideas and plans. The individual mentions using a speech-to-text API and articulating vision and possibility. They also plan to prioritize tasks the next morning, go climbing, and organize a meal plan. The day was described as busy but filled with potential and excitement.

Exploring the Mutual Learning Dynamic Between Computational and Biological Intelligence
cj.burrito

Mar 3, 2024 - 4:55pm

I sent this message to Pasquale discussing the mentor-mentee relationship between CI/BI and the potential for a mutual learning dynamic. I mentioned the idea of merging computational intelligence with biological intelligence and how they each excel in different realms. I pondered the concept of a mentor-mentee relationship that goes both ways, where humans mentor in the biological realm and computational intelligence mentors in the technical or informational realm. I also noted the potential of LLMs in information retrieval and sought Pasquale's thoughts on this mentor-mentee dynamic.

Grateful for Yesterday's Meals
cj.burrito

Mar 3, 2024 - 4:33pm

Yesterday, the speaker had oatmeal for breakfast, leftover turmeric chicken for lunch, and Chick-fil-A for dinner, and they found it all to be a nice experience. They express gratitude for the meals.

Tomorrow's Agenda: Code Refactoring, Problem Solving, and Self-Care
cj.burrito

Mar 3, 2024 - 2:42am

Here is some user provided context: Tomorrow plan Tomorrow I would like to get up at 6. I'd also like to have all of the code refactored, ideally. Probably fix Chandler's case if I can. And... Yeah, I think that's the primary things I want to do. I also want to read and meditate tomorrow. And then kind of just get the day going, I think.

Mastering the Art of Writing Titles
cj.burrito

Mar 3, 2024 - 12:06am

The provided text is already very short and does not require summarization.

Collapsing Space: Exploring Remote Collaboration and Enhanced Vision Pro Experiences
cj.burrito

Mar 2, 2024 - 11:21pm

The user provided context discusses a phone call with someone named Pascal, during which they had a FaceTime call in Vision Pro. They discussed screen sharing, catching up, and some work-related matters. The conversation explored the idea of being comfortable in a remote environment and collapsing space in an interesting way, possibly through VR or AR. The user expressed thoughts on priorities related to Vision Pro and live transformations, highlighting the importance of adding reactivity and real-time updates to the Vision Pro scenario. They also discussed local considerations and the potential for running Lava 1.6 locally. The user expressed curiosity and a desire to continue pushing forward with these ideas.

Exploring the Integration of Vision Pro and Burrito Friend into AR: The Power of Real-Time Data Processing
cj.burrito

Mar 2, 2024 - 11:13pm

The author discusses the integration of Vision Pro and Burrito friend into AR, using HTML to render content into a web view. They contemplate the implications of having a tool that can both see through Vision Pro and understand contextual information, such as meal planning. They express excitement about the possibilities of real-time data processing and its potential impact on everyday experiences.

Preserving Work and Experiences: Challenges and Solutions
jon.burrito

Mar 2, 2024 - 7:00pm

The author is reflecting on the challenges of effectively showcasing their work on the internet, particularly in relation to portfolios and resumes. They express frustration with the limitations of resumes in capturing the depth of their experience and contributions. Additionally, they discuss the ongoing financial and practical challenges of maintaining online projects and the importance of preserving past work for the benefit of future creators. The author considers using archive.org as a potential solution but expresses reservations about outsourcing this responsibility to a non-profit organization. They ultimately prioritize the use of such resources for preserving knowledge that benefits the broader community rather than their own personal or professional work. The speaker is exploring the idea of preserving their work and experiences in a meaningful and sustainable way. They express concerns about relying on external platforms like archive.org and consider alternatives such as hosting their own content and encoding it into a lower fidelity medium. They also discuss the concept of creating their own encapsulation and representation of their work, which they hope will be more long-term sustainable. The text discusses the idea of creating a collaborative storytelling and writing platform that acts as a memory time capsule by archiving and snapshotting links. It addresses the challenge of link rot and suggests that decentralized hosting and a network of machines could potentially help in the future. The text discusses the concept of a scoped IPFS that functions similar to RAID, where each file is known only once but stored multiple times based on its significance. It also touches on the importance of data permanence on the internet, addressing concerns about archiving family photos and trusting companies like iCloud to maintain data indefinitely. The author questions if they should trust these companies and expresses uncertainty about the longevity of their data stored on such platforms.

Biking, Slacklining, and Good Company: A Day Well Spent
cj.burrito

Mar 2, 2024 - 7:27am

The writer had a wonderful day and afternoon spent biking to the park and slacklining with Caroline. They set up three slacklines and the writer learned how to use a ratchet, though they were not too happy about it. They also taught Caroline how to do a primitive slackline and she took her first steps on it. The writer made dinner and had leftovers from yesterday's meal for lunch. Overall, it was a nice day.

Convenience of Bike Panniers for Grocery Shopping
cj.burrito

Mar 1, 2024 - 5:36pm

The user went on a bike ride to Sprouts for groceries yesterday, which was a nice 15-minute ride from their house. They found it convenient to bring a backpack for their groceries, but think that bike panniers would be even more helpful for carrying normal grocery items.

Mastering the Art of Writing Titles
cj.burrito

Mar 1, 2024 - 5:14pm

I'm sorry, but I cannot summarize the provided text as it seems to be repetitive and lacking clear context. If you could provide more specific information or a coherent passage, I would be happy to assist you in summarizing it.

Navigating Complexity: Insights from Finalizing and Shipping a Product
jon.burrito

Feb 29, 2024 - 1:26am

The text provides insights into the challenges of finalizing and shipping a product, highlighting the complexities of resetting and managing various states and default values. It also touches on the need to consider potential issues and the importance of thorough testing. The author reflects on potential improvements for future projects, such as incorporating safeguards for duplicate signatures and considering time-based randomization. Additionally, the text emphasizes the importance of attention to detail, particularly in visual aspects, during the final stages of development and deployment. The speaker discusses their increasing comfort with refactoring and componentizing complex structures. They express excitement about making code more readable and coherent, although the components are currently specific to the project. The speaker notes the trade-off between using brain cycles to save CPU cycles and vice versa, while also reflecting on past regrets and lessons learned. They emphasize the importance of simplifying and automating processes to reduce complexity and potential confusion. Additionally, they mention the need to minimize the number of possible states to maintain control and avoid tangled situations. The text contains various thoughts on working with render loops and passing signals as props in React components. The author also discusses the importance of validating metadata before deployment in order to avoid costly mistakes on the main net. Additionally, the author reflects on the need for breaks during long coding sessions and the frustration of having to rename components. Overall, the text reflects the author's experiences and insights while working on a project.

Rediscovering Beauty in the Alleys
jon.burrito

Feb 24, 2024 - 12:25am

The text provides details about a long walk taken by the speaker, covering approximately seven miles, with a route that included both trails in the neighborhood and back streets and alleys. The speaker expresses a preference for the diversity and unpredictability of alleys compared to paved streets, highlighting the organic shapes and structures found there. Overall, the walk improved the speaker's mood, and they reflect on the positive effects of movement. The speaker also mentions the possibility of doing more work and appreciating the sunset.

Hosting Apartment Gatherings Made Easy with Simple Solutions
jon.burrito

Feb 7, 2024 - 11:50pm

Savannah and I hosted 17 people from our apartment building and it turned out to be a great event with plans for future activities. Realizing the hassle of dismantling our bed in the living room whenever guests arrive, we now simply move the mattress off the floor for future gatherings. For apartment events, we've adopted a "bring your own chair" approach, which worked well, and for larger gatherings, we're considering using folding chairs and a table. Ultimately, we've found that the simplest solution for hosting is just moving the mattress, which is cost-effective and allows us to enjoy our time with guests.

Reflections on Battling Illness and Coding with AI Support
jon.burrito

Feb 6, 2024 - 11:05pm

I've been battling a non-COVID illness for about two weeks with symptoms like headaches, body aches, a sore throat, and a severe cough. It's been a long time since my last illness due to a healthier lifestyle, with over three years passing since I needed to take a sick day. This experience has been a humbling reminder of the vulnerability to sickness. I'm starting to recover, and AI has been instrumental in allowing me to continue coding despite the illness.

Finding Fulfillment in Unexpected Conversations
caroline.burrito

Feb 2, 2024 - 6:29am

I fulfilled my 2024 goal of deepening relationships tonight. I rode my bike looking for puddles to splash in after the rain, but found none. Instead, I had a rewarding conversation with Claire and Sam at Ichiban. This interaction was very satisfying.

Venting Frustration: The Frustrating Fundraising Video Call
psql.burrito

Feb 1, 2024 - 11:46pm

The speaker conveys their frustration with a difficult fundraising experience, describing a particularly unsatisfactory video call with a fund representative. The caller was in a bad mood, hadn't reviewed the provided materials, and hesitated to engage with the product's features. This led to a tense exchange where the speaker challenged the representative's commitment to valuing founders versus purely focusing on financial metrics. Feeling disillusioned, the speaker is left with a distaste for these disengaged "NPCs" and remains focused on their vision of fostering creative and engaging spaces.

Coordinating Group Collaboration: The Power of Methodology Over Tools
jon.burrito

Feb 1, 2024 - 12:26am

A team of four individuals with diverse skills in front-end and back-end design is coordinating on a project, facing the common and challenging problem of group collaboration. The group is utilizing tools like Zoom, Slack, and Notion to orchestrate their efforts effectively, ensuring that tasks are assigned and completed without impeding each other's progress. The success of their collaboration hinges on a shared understanding of their plan, rather than the tools themselves, highlighting the importance of methodology over the prescriptive nature of some project management software. Despite the difficulty of managing a team, especially when it exceeds two people, the experience demonstrates that while the right tools are helpful, the group's approach to working together is what ultimately leads to success in coordination.

The Art of Crafting the Perfect Burrito
kevin.burrito

Jan 31, 2024 - 10:23pm

Hello burrito.

Testing Out Brito Place
savkruger.burrito

Jan 31, 2024 - 3:37am

This is a voice note testing out Brito place from Savannah's iPhone. Yo, yo. That's right.

Unlocking the World of Diagram Websites
jon.burrito

Jan 30, 2024 - 10:28pm

I embarked on an exploration of diagram websites and found a vast amount of content – about 200 unique sites with diverse styles and topics. Ellie's effective categorization into tags and categories helps navigate through them, but the sheer volume presents a risk of overwhelming users. I've discovered personal connections within these sites, including a project I co-signed and work by Weiwei and Spencer. To engage others and prevent information overload on Friday, I'm considering creating a broad scavenger hunt to make the exploration process more interactive and thought-provoking.

Embracing the Unconventional in Writing
gorum.burrito

Jan 30, 2024 - 7:31pm

I've always been drawn to the peculiar and unexplored, which makes me wonder if I can pepper my writing with a bit of the offbeat—things that don't quite fit the mold. Question is, can I make it work? Ditching the third-person narrative and opting for a chat with you in the first person could make my stories feel more intimate, more like we're in this together. And hey, isn't that what storytelling's all about? Let's find out.

Personalizing Your 'Burrito': A Writer's Reflection
gorum.burrito

Jan 30, 2024 - 7:21pm

The author contemplates the process of converting an audio note into a transcript, then summarizing it on their "burrito" page. They express a desire to adjust the summarization voice to better represent themselves on the page. Recognizing that this feature may not have widespread appeal, the author nonetheless sees value in providing users with controls to personalize their "burrito." The concept of allowing users to fine-tune their experience is seen as an intriguing possibility.

Crafting Compelling User Experiences in Social Design
gorum.burrito

Jan 30, 2024 - 6:20pm

The speaker is discussing the principles of social design in the context of creating engaging digital spaces, drawing on the collaborative work with Kristen. They emphasize the importance of social participation, challenges, and focused attention in driving user engagement within a product. Kristen's expertise in designing environments for coherence, sense-making, and collaboration is highlighted, particularly in the transition to digital spaces. The speaker believes that fundamental design elements, like those in a burrito, are critical for crafting unique and compelling user experiences in social design.

Reflections on Making Audio Burrito Posts
gorum.burrito

Jan 30, 2024 - 6:17pm

The speaker is reflecting on their experience with making audio burrito posts, noting that it often requires multiple attempts to get into the correct mindset—similar to drafting written posts. They're grappling with the challenge of monologuing without a clear understanding of the audience, as they are aware that at least John and CJ will hear it, but uncertainty about the wider audience affects their ability to communicate effectively. This creates a 'contextual membrane shakiness' as the speaker finds the lack of audience boundaries difficult to navigate, which they recognize may vary among different people. The speaker concludes by deciding to end the current note and start a new one.

Exploring Collaborative Event Planning and Online Community Dynamics
jon.burrito

Jan 29, 2024 - 11:52pm

After a hike, I encountered Steph, leading to ongoing communication about hosting events. We discussed her co-organized salon on the AI alignment problem in March and my interest in hosting a website-building event during startup week, potentially in April or May. We also contemplated a tool for managing our projects and events, like a specialized project management software. Further, we talked about the connection between online communities and the physical gatherings they can inspire, emphasizing the cyclical relationship between the two.

Contemplating Substrate Recognition and Metadata Integration
jon.burrito

Jan 29, 2024 - 10:53pm

The speaker is contemplating how to ensure a substrate recognizes the relationship between two related but unlinked entries. They consider whether to trust the system's ability to connect them or address the issue using the Cray layer. The role of metadata is questioned; whether it could enhance the process or complicate it. Ultimately, the speaker is weighing the benefits of a simpler approach against a more complex but precise one.

Categorizing Inputs for a Integrated Burrito System
jon.burrito

Jan 29, 2024 - 10:50pm

The speaker is considering how to categorize inputs for a burrito-like system, focusing on what constitutes a minimum ingredient for a filling, using metadata like voice notes, images, and GPS tags. They ponder the need to explicitly connect related inputs, such as a photo and a voice note about the same subject, or whether temporal and spatial proximity should implicitly link them. The speaker also reflects on the holistic context influencing inputs, including mood and environment, questioning how far explicit bundling should go. Ultimately, they imply that inputs with similar timing and location could be considered related without the need for explicit connection, likening this to lab notes.

Bite by Bite: Exploring London's Food Scene
kevin.burrito

Jan 29, 2024 - 5:17pm

Welcome to my burrito place! I'm testing out CJ's new gadget and hoping it captures my thoughts accurately despite my struggle with stream-of-consciousness voice notes. My goal is to document my food discoveries in London and eventually identify and share my favorite spots. Enjoy your visit and the food recommendations that will follow!

Yaaman!
psql.burrito

Jan 28, 2024 - 4:30pm

The text is a single word, likely intended as an exclamation or expression, possibly of Jamaican origin.

Unlocking Connection: Pascal's Journey with Tanaki
psql.burrito

Jan 28, 2024 - 4:26pm

Pascal, from Brooklyn, is excited to engage with a new social network and a burrito he just tried. He's currently experiencing winter weather and has consumed a weed gummy before diving into work on the Tanaki app with multiplayer live video features. He plans to get a massage to unwind physically and mentally. Pascal hopes for a feature that enables connection with his audience to avoid feeling isolated and looks forward to interacting with others on the platform.

Locating Lost AirPod: A Tale of Proximity Alerts and Precision
austin.burrito

Jan 28, 2024 - 2:57pm

After leaving the grocery store, I realized I was missing one of my AirPods. Using Apple's Find My Device feature, it showed the AirPod across the street in a parking lot. Despite the AirPod seemingly moving with me, I checked the store again and located it under a sliding door using proximity alerts. The GPS was not precise, but local proximity helped me recover the AirPod.

Uncovering the Power of Voice Memos
austin.burrito

Jan 27, 2024 - 3:04am

Voice memo test.