WhyWhy.com, or Dumbledore.com? I’d love your opinion – but we are not fully there yet. This month I been working on argument maps, that can prove the earth is round, anywhere on the Internet, as well as discuss whether the platform should be called WhyWhy, Dumbledore or Informing. The argument maps can discuss anything, which solves lots of problems but also brings new ones – which is why I proceed this development with caution.

Rather than launching “Social blogging” I been working toward launching, the long-term goal of argument mapping, mainly on the creative part. Have a look at some demos:

Because Argument: Flat Earthers are wrong 84% true Rate your belief Strongly Disagree Unsure Agree Strongly How certain are you of this belief? Highly Doubtful Medium Certain Highly Give rating
if and then 1: flat Earthers believe earth is flat 61% true Rate your belief Strongly Disagree Unsure Agree Strongly How certain are you of this belief? Highly Doubtful Medium Certain Highly
2: earth is not flat 3: Flat Earthers are incorrect 1.1: understandable from the name
people should be informed of it.

Earth is not flat if and then 1: flat Earthers believe earth is flat 2: earth is not flat 3: Flat Earthers are incorrect 1.1: understandable from the name Flat Earthers’ are incorrect.

Our belief that Argument maps will be net positive 84% true Rate your belief Strongly Disagree Unsure Agree Strongly How certain are you of this belief? Highly Doubtful Medium Certain Highly Give rating
if  and then 1: Definition of net positive 61% true Rate your belief Strongly Disagree Unsure Agree Strongly How certain are you of this belief? Highly Doubtful Medium Certain Highly How impactful is this to the the above claim? No impact Irrelevant Unsure Relevant Crucial
2: The score is 50%+ 3: Arguments maps are net positive 1.1: The desirable outcomes of time in Universe 1.1.1: Well-being for humanity
is why we develop them

Blog reasoning We choose Blog Reasoning because it sounds great and match the product-features. Which name of the productThe product is blogging with inquiry-features such as ability to validate/invalidate any claim through argument-maps. is bestIn terms of attracting and retaining users (great product experience, branding, word-of-mouth referral etc)? 100% 75% 50% 25% 1% 52Blog reasoning 30Argument blogging 12Debate blogging 6Social blogging

Because 84% true as unspecified claim 17% risk of misinterpretation
if  and and not then 1: Definition of net positive 61% true Rate your belief Strongly Disagree Unsure Agree Strongly How certain are you of this belief? Highly Doubtful Medium Certain Highly How impactful is this to the the above claim? No impact Irrelevant Unsure Relevant Crucial
2: The score is 50%+ 3: Arguments maps are net positive 1.1: The desirable outcomes of time in Universe 1.1.1: Well-being for humanity
is why we do it



Personal

I been doing things after work every afternoon. Hiking, swimming, roller-blading, picknicks, sceneries etc. Been living in a house with an Australian family for past 3 weeks. First started out that just stay for few days, but because of the fires up north where I was going to drive with my van I just stayed “one more night” which became a joke after a few nights.

For December, I’ll travel with a Swedish friend, go to NZ then come back to the house I stayed in this month and celebrate Christmas, then head off with the van. We’ll do hiking, and working from the van – throughout the month.

I have been meditating almost every day. NoFap has been good in the last weeks, but the beginning of the month was a rollercoaster. Its truly a habit I just want to get rid off. This year has been great, as I’ve been experiencing freedom for months at a time, but it still lurks around – and sometimes I forget all the progress I’ve made.

In December

I wish to get many deep-work sessions – solving tough problems like (december deliverables (structuring argument-variations (ex. different spellings/expressions, inverted arguments, same/similar meaning) scoring of supporting arguments (via ex. criteria based on main-argument, or just one single metric called impact)).

As my friend arrives, I also hope to discuss some important questions regarding argument mapping with him, such as (discuss questions (openness related to impact, ex. misuage of technology by CCP (Chinese Communist Party) or tech giants (Fb;Google,Amazon) and with that, whether to be open open-source) also misalignment in product development, based on venture funding – or else setup crowdfunding donations))

Travels surely will be fun. I hope the work will be the most productive month of the year too. By the end of the month I wish to feel that its even closer to bringing argument-maps to make huge positive impact.

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