G. Gordon Worley III donations made

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Full list of documents in reverse chronological order (2 documents)

Title (URL linked)Publication dateAuthorPublisherAffected donorsAffected doneesAffected influencersDocument scopeCause areaNotes
Illegible impact is still impact (GW, IR)2020-02-13G. Gordon Worley III Effective Altruism Forum Centre for Enabling EA Learning & Research Miscellaneous commentaryEffective altruismThe blog post discusses how "illegible impact" -- impact that may not feel very legible and visible -- could still be important. Consumption-style activities are included as examples: reading the EA Forum, LessWrong, the Alignment Forum, EA Facebook, EA Reddit, EA Twitter, EA Tumblr, etc., voting on, liking, and sharing content on and from those places, helping a depressed/anxious/etc. (EA) friend, going to EA meetups, conferences, etc. to be a member in the audience, talking to others about EA, simply being counted as part of the EA community. Of the EA Hotel / CEEALAR, he says: "one of the things I really appreciated about it from my fortnight stay there was that it provided a space for EA-aligned folks to work on things without the pressure to produce legible results. This to me seems extremely valuable because I believe many types of impact are quantized such that no impact is legible until a lot of things fall into place and you get a "windfall" of impact all at once and that there is also a large amount of illegible, "dark" impact being made in EA that goes largely unacknowledged but without which EA would not be as successful."
TAISU 2019 Field Report (GW, IR)2019-10-14G. Gordon Worley III LessWrong Centre for Enabling EA Learning & Research Evaluator review of doneeEffective altruism/housingThe blog post reviews the Learning-by-doing AI Safety Workshop and the Technical AI Safety Unconference (TAISU) that happened in mid-August 2019 at the EA Hotel. It also includes a review of the EA Hotel. The post says: "Most of the folks at the Hotel are doing work that is difficult to measure, but spending time with them I can tell they all have a powerful intention to make the world a better place and to do so in ways that are effective and impactful." Further: "When I was there it was easy to imagine myself staying there for a few months to work on projects without the distraction of a day job."

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