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Index of Yvain's (Excellent) Articles

20 Post author: lukeprog 30 June 2011 09:57AM

Yvain is one of Less Wrong's best and most prolific writers. I suspect many Less Wrongers haven't read his posts. Here's an index of Yvain's articles (not including meta posts, ranked by upvotes (like on my post index):

 

Comments (9)

Comment author: Yvain 01 July 2011 10:05:37AM 7 points [-]

Wow, thank you for the nice words.

I feel a predictable desire to reciprocate, but cataloging your output is starting to look like a Herculean task :)

Also, I can think of at least five of those posts that I no longer endorse and think are embarrassingly wrong, but I think it's more interesting if I don't say which ones.

Comment author: jsalvatier 01 July 2011 04:31:26PM 9 points [-]

But less useful..., please do say which ones; at least an edit at the bottom.

Comment author: lukeprog 03 July 2011 03:28:00AM *  4 points [-]

I feel a predictable desire to reciprocate...

Don't. I already keep this exact same list for my own posts here.

Comment author: Dr_Manhattan 30 June 2011 12:20:25PM 6 points [-]

This really seems like a feature request in disguise.

Comment author: gwern 30 June 2011 02:57:28PM 5 points [-]

Well, in theory you could use http://lesswrong.com/user/Yvain/submitted/ but that shows a lot of context and doesn't sort by anything except date. It also mixes Discussion, Meetup, and Articles.

Comment author: MixedNuts 30 June 2011 12:24:38PM 4 points [-]

This really seems like it's answering its own request.

Comment author: Dr_Manhattan 30 June 2011 04:06:21PM 2 points [-]

This was manual work, and trivially implemented by extending existing feature mentioned by gwern http://lesswrong.com/lw/6ga/index_of_yvains_excellent_articles/4fxa

Comment author: Armok_GoB 30 June 2011 01:22:08PM 7 points [-]

once the sequence reruns are done we should probably continue with these.

Comment author: magfrump 30 June 2011 06:06:56PM 1 point [-]

The Apologist and the Revolutionary is one of my favorite things I have ever read.