I have a lot of ideas what to write about and much less time to do so. As an attempt to prioritize ideas better, I publish their brief descriptions here. This allows me to evaluate how interesting an idea is based on its page views.
Unexpected application of intermediate value theorem to real life and motivation.
How to fill it in? Ways to "save" money.
How to make it and the result.
Overview of UK National Health Service advice and information they provide.
Let's redefine it from "not running out of money" to "having more than initially" and see what happens.
Do you know?
German government publishes hundreds of pages stats, let's look into it and find something interesting.
Just curious to see the distribution of their FI percentage.
How much and what you buy when you buy a frozen vegetable or fruit mix. Does it make sense?
Everyone talks about how wonderful FIRE can be, let's see possible negative sides of it.
They have abundance of food and spend their time in peculiar mating rituals. Doesn't this remind humanity?
What makes them bio? Are they better? Should I buy them?
Their ingredients look pretty similar. Are they different at all?
Why does its price vary so much? How it is different from tap water?
There are multiple ways, let's compare how much do they cost.
I am too curious when it comes to hot questions on stack overflow and I often find myself interrupted. Thus, let's remove that block by creating an extension.
Always wanted to write a js user script and I've always been bothered by number of incoming unread emails in gmail. Let's write a script to remove this number.
Both countries provide a great advice about all other countries in the world.