Only very few people can do some rare tasks in the world:

As a human, it’s quite amusing if you can do something not easily learned by others, and would be much better if it is valuable. And keep in mind be the first one but not be the only one (It’s important to make things can be deliveried)

What is my options?

  1. First billionaire fluent in Chinese, English and Japanese
  2. First honeymoon on the moon
  3. A contemporary scientific temple in Kyoto

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When I was running book clubs before, in an organization or for an NGO, I always found people would plagiarize book reviews and it took me a lot of energy to hold a good credit system for a book club

plagiarization happens when people do things don’t want to, or when people do it for profit, and the new AI tools make it more complicated to distinguish a human-writing book review

I don’t have an appropriate method to deal with this problem unless I make a personal conversation, so the solution maybe is an AI conversation system to do the review, but is it horrifying?

An answer from OpenAI ChatGPT:

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Condos vs houses is an interesting competition, I have lived in several different condos in the last 5 years, and here is what I think the future of condos

  1. Inner delivery system. There are more and more deliveries now, packages, food and drinks, 5-gallon bottled waters, an inner delivery system like the carousel in airports is necessary
  2. Smart Unit. Smart doorbells, smart lights, smart curtains are the beginning of IoT, and a smarter and smarter unit is the future
  3. Support Starlink. Right now only the house can support Starlink, this is definitely a disadvantage for the future of condos
  4. A good room for the helper. Just like a guest room
  5. A side door for the helper. Just like a guest
  6. Good restroom. A heated bathtub and a rain shower head
  7. A heated swimming pool

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Nature uses a random genetic system to hold the creativity, it’s quite an amazing system running for billions of years, to keep life on earth surviving and flourishing. I call it zeroth-order creativity

Human society is very similar to nature, it needs a rule to hold creativity as the key to development. I call it first-order creativity

Where are these first-order creativities? And where are they come from?

  1. Academia (where the job is to do discovery and creativity)
  2. Business competition (creativity is the key to survival as the theory of Joseph Schumpeter)
  3. Personal creative mindset (Steve Jobs and Elon Musk)
  4. Random methods (Masayoshi Son uses this method to do inventions)

So, it is obvious how one can be a creative person:

  1. Learn from the most creative person to have a creative mindset
  2. Close to the academia
  3. Be a businessperson

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Occasionally I would encounter some good music in English and Japanese, and it would bring me so much satisfaction, such as:

Along with the improvement of my English, the songs once I collected were not the type I still enjoy, and now, it’s not hard for me to fully understand an English song, also it means it’s not that a challenge to me to collect English songs, therefore maybe Japanese songs are a good choice for me

  1. The quantity is huge
  2. The music is good
  3. The culture is I like, such as 物の哀れ
  4. I am still willing to learn Japanese, though I know it’s super difficult

English is for freedom, then Japanese is for what?

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When I learn new things, I would care so much about the whole structure of the system, and won’t enjoy the knowledge I am learning when I don’t know where it is

I like maps, maps are the logic, and logic is good for memorization

When you deep into a field, there is definitely a better map is waiting for you, like this Math map and Philosophy map, you got the map, you got the scaffold, and the following learning experience will be much easy in this field

Another reason is when you understand the whole structure, this sense of control like a saving point gave you a choice to continue or stop, it would be much easy to back to a field and restart the learning

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