Tickles n’ Tidbits #1

I was recently talking to a friend about how I felt like while I was consuming a lot of information through various books and podcasts, I was forgetting everything that I read or heard. He then told me how he combatted this inevitable forgetting by writing summaries of book chapters when he finished reading them.… Continue reading Tickles n’ Tidbits #1

“It is rare…”

He was a professor of biomedical engineering at Hopkins. R was eloquent, with a calm demeanor. Control theory equations sprawled across his blackboard. He had trained dozens of successful students. We talked about the cerebellum, error-driven computations, his switch to rodent electrophysiology after decades of working in human motor control. "What have you last read?"… Continue reading “It is rare…”