Making sense of the information overload

Quora is a Q&A website. It's great because there's a lot of substantive content and one has the option to follow topics one is interested in. The downside, however, is that there's a bit too much information. Furthermore, it's not easy to keep track of everything you've read. Though one can bookmark questions and answers, one can't categorize them into categories neatly. This makes it hard to revisit certain questions and answers you find worthwile reading again. Therefore I've decided to arrange all of the questions I've bookmarked over the years on this page. Like the links, I group those questions that are roughly similar into the same category.

Categories

I've grouped the questions in six large, vague categories. They are named as follows: Beta, Life, People, Humanities, Arts and General. In turn, these categories consists of various sub-categories. Here's an overview of the categories and their sub-categories.

[Click on one of names of the categories to be directed to the questions corresponding to that category.]

Life

  1. Habits [21 questions]
    • Good habits
    • Sleep and waking up early
  2. Life Lessons [37 questions]
    • General
    • 20 Somethings
  3. Skills / Life Hacks [47 questions]
    • General
    • Learning
    • Working Hard / Productivity / Discipline

Things made by people

  1. Books [26 questions]
  2. Music [5 questions]
  3. Movies [10 questions]
  4. TV [1 question]
  5. Language [2 questions]
  6. Products and Inventions [10 questions]

General

  1. Photos [9 questions]
  2. Facts [5 questions]
  3. Miscellaneous [23 questions]

Beta

  1. Data / Deep Learning / Programming [6 questions]
  2. Mathematics/Statistics [6 questions]
  3. Blockchains [4 questions]
  4. Apps [2 questions]
  5. Economics [7 questions]
  6. Sustainability [4 questions]
  7. Urban Planning [3 questions]
  8. Living off the Grid [2 questions]

People

  1. Society [8 questions]
  2. Psychology [21 questions]
  3. Mental Disorders [4 questions]
  4. Dating [13 questions]

Humanities

  1. History [19 questions]
  2. Great/Notorious People [5 questions]
  3. War [5 questions]
  4. Politics [14 questions]
  5. Philosophy [12 questions]