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==About me==
 
==About me==
  
I'm Matthew Fallshaw, Chief Tricyclist at [http://trikeapps.com/ TrikeApps]. At Trike we're pretty keen on ''improvement'', ours, this community's, and the rest of the world's, and help out or have helped out by:
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I'm Matthew Fallshaw, holder of various titles & roles at [http://trikeapps.com/ TrikeApps], [http://bellroy.com/ Bellroy], [http://radiopedia.org/ Radiopaedia], and [http://investling.com/ Investling]. In the Investling group we're pretty keen on ''improvement'' - ours, this community's, and the rest of the world's - and help out or have helped out by:
 
* Developing, maintaining, and hosting http://lesswrong.com/.
 
* Developing, maintaining, and hosting http://lesswrong.com/.
 
* Deploying, maintaining and hosting http://wiki.lesswrong.com/ (this wiki).
 
* Deploying, maintaining and hosting http://wiki.lesswrong.com/ (this wiki).
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* Various other things to help [http://intelligence.org/ MIRI], [CfAR http://rationality.org/], [http://leverageresearch.org/ Leverage Research], and other similar organizations.
 
* Deploying, maintaining and hosting http://www.overcomingbias.com/.
 
* Deploying, maintaining and hosting http://www.overcomingbias.com/.
 
* Experimenting with http://predictionbook.com/.
 
* Experimenting with http://predictionbook.com/.
* and a few other projects in the works through our parent group http://investling.com/.
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* and a few other projects in the works through our [http://investling.com/ parent group].
  
  

Revision as of 04:03, 26 April 2014

About me

I'm Matthew Fallshaw, holder of various titles & roles at TrikeApps, Bellroy, Radiopaedia, and Investling. In the Investling group we're pretty keen on improvement - ours, this community's, and the rest of the world's - and help out or have helped out by:


If you have a project you think Investling might be interested in, feel free to reach out (but be warned that we think market success is generally a good way to measure impact, so if your plan doesn't involve making large amounts of money the rest of the story is going to have to be pretty good).