I have a habit of keeping hundreds of tabs open at a time that I'm trying to kick. One way I want to do that going forward is to actually share the interesting looking ones here so that I can a) easily find them again and b) share them with a wider audience.
Djisktra's essay "On the foolishness of 'natural language programming'."
This thread about a text-first RSS reader has me intrigued because of a project I am working on.
Microsoft's Guidance - "A guidance language for controlling large language models."
HN thread on Simon Willison's LLM pattern to resist prompt injection.
Heidegger's Question Concerning Technology
Heidegger's The Origin of the Work of Art
Yes, I know Heidegger is problematic but I've been told to read these regardless.
Brex's Prompt Engineering Guide
HN thread: What are the most eye-opening textbooks you've read?
You can probably guess which site I visit the most.