Generally speaking, this is good advice.
When you read through a scientific paper, it’s important to maintain a healthy skepticism. The ongoing flood of papers that have yet to be peer-reviewed — known as preprints — includes a lot of weak research and misleading claims.
Seems great advice and very close to Einsein‘s Level 1 Intelligence
“Make yourself useful. Go up the most successful person you can find and say, ‘What is the 20% of your job that you hate the most? What is the 10% of your job that’s total shit and you wake up hating it and you go to sleep hating it? Let me do it for you.’ If you do that, you will gain a mentor and you will get a foothold into a situation where you have become indispensable to somebody.”
A must read in these times and in general:
Please read this link to learn about the author and background to these posts. It seems many people are breathing some relief, and I’m not sure why. An epidemic curve has a relatively predictable upslope and once the peak is reached, the back slope can also be predicted. We have robust data from the outbreaks in China
— Read on www.erinbromage.com/post/the-risks-know-them-avoid-them