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ttscoff/QuickQuestion - GitHub
From Brett Terpestra

"The qq script and related extensions are designed to keep an archive of files with questions as the filename and answers as the content. It works well with Notational Velocity and nvALT, but can function as an archive of knowledge with nothing but a Mac and a command line. Scripts are included for LaunchBar and Alfred, as well as a command line tool."
script  scripting  gtd  memory  questions 
october 2011 by tsuomela
philosiology: Living with Your Philosopher: Incessant Questioning
"In academia, philosophers question everything for their living. Remember, analytic philosophers love to look for inconsistencies in arguments and continental philosophers love to relate everything historically. When philosophers take someone seriously (aka they think you are great), they will question you
philosophy  behavior  questions  humor 
april 2011 by tsuomela
The Hardest Exam Ever: Has There Ever Been a Period That Was Not an Information Age?
"From general subject questions included in the All Souls College examinations between 2005 and 2010. Often described as the hardest exam in the world, the test is given over two days in September to recent graduates of Oxford, with winners receiving an Examination Fellowship of seven years. Applicants take four examinations of three hours each, and in the two general subject tests must answer three questions from a list. No more than three fellowships are awarded in any year, and in some years none are given. Last September approximately one hundred people took the exam, and three fellowships were awarded."
questions  philosophy 
march 2011 by tsuomela
A continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organized by everyone who uses it.
online  questions  collaboration 
september 2010 by tsuomela
Futures Thinking: Asking the Question | Open The Future | Fast Company
It's a subtle point, but I tend to find it useful to talk about strategic questions in terms of dilemmas, not problems. Problem implies solution--a fix that resolves the question. Dilemmas are more difficult, typically situations where there are no clearly preferable outcomes (or where each likely outcome carries with it some difficult contingent elements). Futures thinking is less useful when trying to come up with a clear single answer to a particular problem, but can be extremely helpful when trying to determine the best response to a dilemma. The difference is that the "best response" may vary depending upon still-unresolved circumstances; futures thinking helps to illuminate possible trigger points for making a decision.
questions  futurism  methods  strategy 
october 2009 by tsuomela
How to Save the World - Ten Powerful Questions for Conversations
What stood out for you? (at a recent event they participated in)
What do you most care about?
What's the change been like for you?
questions  conversation  facilitation  relationship  advice  leadership 
september 2009 by tsuomela
Lucas roundtable: Ask the right questions | Free exchange |
But all the tools in the world are useless if we lack the imagination needed to build the right models. Models are built to answer specific questions.
economics  macroeconomic  recession  failure  model  questions  modeling 
august 2009 by tsuomela
Who’s the Smartest Person You Know, and Why? - Freakonomics Blog -
a question I was asking people two years ago, perhaps I should try again.
questions  expertise  knowledge 
march 2009 by tsuomela

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