When you’re putting ideas together which are vague and hard to remember, it’s very much like building a house of cards and each of the cards is shaky, and if you forget one of them the whole thing collapses again. You don’t know how you got there and you have to build them up again... —Richard Feynman, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out
These summaries enable us to revisit topics without starting from scratch.
Feel free to browse around. We are sharing these so that you can begin where we restart.
Most of the time, we feel that our articles represent a sliver of what we have learned. Our notes are where we return to time and again in order to get up-to-speed on a topic.
All the time.
We have a website at www.alwaysinvert.com, with additional links to our community and an entire series of teachable episodes on how we built all of this.