The Working Title: The Magic of Algorithmic Self: Escape Default Settings, Augment Reality & Scale Your Life Exponentially

  • Repeated lives

    Zarathustra, the protagonist and mouthpiece for Nietzsche’s ideas, proclaims the notion of eternal recurrence, which is the thought experiment that asks if one would embrace living one’s life over and over in exactly the same way eternally. “Thus I willed it” is tied to the acceptance and affirmation of one’s life and choices, embodying the…

  • current status of my financial position

    My financial position is stable and secure. I have enough savings to cover my expenses for the next six months, and I have no debt or outstanding bills. I also have a steady income from my online business, which has been growing steadily over the past year. I am able to invest some of my…

  • All theory is autobiography

    It has gradually become clear to me what every great philosophy up till now has consisted of – namely, the confession of its originator, and a species of involuntary and unconscious autobiography; and moreover that the moral (or immoral) purpose in every philosophy has constituted the true vital germ out of which the entire plant…

  • (I May Again Know) John 12:24

    “Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds.” Sacrifice and Resurrection: At the most direct level, this metaphor is seen as a foreshadowing of Jesus’ own death and resurrection. Just as a kernel…

  • Cherry on the top

    The kernel of truth: This expression refers to a core truth that lies at the heart of a more complex situation, story, or rumor. It suggests that even within a narrative that might be largely exaggerated or distorted, there is a fundamental truth. The kernel of the issue/problem: Similar to “the heart of the issue,”…

  • Why aren’t you – Understanding deeply – Freedom – Other people’s problems

    If you’re so smart, why aren’t you happy? (Happiness is the state when nothing is missing. When nothing is missing, your mind shuts down and stops running into the past or future to regret something or to plan something.) The only real test of intelligence is if you get what you want out of life.…

  • Algorithms to Live By

    General The optimal time for exploring options without commitments: 37% of all available time, then commit to the next “best option” The more time, the more explore / the less time, the more exploit Win-stay, lose-shift / new thing could be good/better with 50%:50% chance Fun-Fulfillment The optimal amount of discretionary time: 2-5 hours per…

  • Table of Contents (Levels 3-4)

    Despite appearances this is the most important section of the book. If you read nothing else but this Table of Contents (and most readers of most books unfortunately skip this part entirely and so it is quite likely that they – unlike you, Dear Reader – are not reading these words at this very moment),…

  • Hello world!

    Welcome to The John Kernel Agency. This is our first post. Read it or ignore it, then start _______ !

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