Blog prize

May 2020 • Link to project →

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I helped set up the Effective Ideas blog prize, which was set up with the aim of giving away up to $500k in prizes to the best new and recent blogs about effective altruism, longtermism, and related topics.

Here’s some copy from the website:

Some of the nation’s foremost public intellectuals—like Matthew Yglesias and Ezra Klein—started as bloggers. SlateStarCodex, Wait But Why, Gwern, Overcoming Bias, Marginal Revolution, the Money Illusion, Cold Takes, and LessWrong and the EA Forum have shaped our worldviews. We’re eager to nurture the next generation of public thinkers, and support a flourishing discourse on the most important issues.

You can follow the blog prize on Twitter.

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