This is the fourth part of the series where I’m sharing with you those essays, articles, and speeches that pass the Lindy Filter. If you haven’t heard about this strange term called Lindy Filter, please read a detailed post I had written about Lindy Effect a few years back.
20 Rules of Formulating Knowledge
It’s estimated that one thing common between forty percent of medical students in western countries is a tool called Anki. Anki assists them in assimilating a gargantuan amount of information that medical education requires. Similarly, many language learning enthusiasts also use Anki to memorize the vocabulary of a new language. However, outside these two cohorts, Anki software is pretty much unknown. Recently, Anki has been picking up interest among people from the programming community and a bunch of self-proclaimed life-long-learners — Yours truly being one of them.
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