Add a simple way to point out errata & typos in posts (+ errata for the Julia Galef podcast transcript)
(Solution might be the same as https://80000hourshelp.uservoice.com/forums/220029-feedback-forum/suggestions/6940000-get-annotate-able-texts )
This might improve quality, as only a few people who notice problems make their way here, and neither this feedback & ideas page nor the Disqus comments section seem the right place for a typo thread.
For now, here are my nitpicks for the Julia Galef podcast transcript -- https://80000hours.org/2017/09/is-it-time-for-a-new-scientific-revolution-julia-galef-on-how-to-make-humans-smarter/ -- not so much because I'm a stickler for accuracy but because some of them seem like they could impede understanding:
Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction by Phillip Tetlock.
Phillip > Philip
Julia is a writer and speaking focused on improving human judgment,
speaking > speaker
it seems to be somewhat intention with the goal of convivial dinner if we’ve got easels and whiteboards out.
intention > in tension
So there’s an element of research to that, but it’s far from an RCD.
RCD > RCT
how big of a problem is it that tech companies can lay claim to our tension to the extent that they can
tension > attention
what does it look it?
look it > look like
So an empirical was being less ...
empirical > empirical thing
we have false consciousness, basically.”
basically." > basically.
I wish that people thought in real time for often
for > more
I spent at the National Bureau of Economic Research
spent > spent a year
I mean, they’ve, in a sense, got quite a lot of digression, then.
digression > discretion
I mean, Tom Griffiths lab at Berkeley
Griffiths > Griffiths'
there’s no one useful [inaudible 00:59:47] that I think is likely to result from that I’m doing.
[inaudible 00:59:47] > consequence
from that I'm doing > from what I'm doing