This Is Your Life An Entire Human Life Cycle As Dictated By Quora's Recommendation Algorithm by Lindsey Weber May 1, 2013 What is the smartest thing a child has ever said? How intelligent is Natalie Portman? What does it feel like to finally stop biting your nails? How do farts behave in low gravity? Why do people use “Nope” even though “No” is easier to say and shorter to spell? How does one stop a charging buffalo? Why do people hate One Direction and Justin Bieber? Do women ever get a feeling that a man has a big penis without seeing it? Does it matter if the text/phone conversations I have with my girlfriend are boring? How do captive dolphins feel? If you injure a bug, should you kill it or let it live? What Internet memes have changed your life for the better or at least had a profound impact on it? What are the most difficult things people (have to) learn in their twenties? Would becoming homeless be a good strategy to cut costs? How can I overcome envy of people who are my age but are far more successful than I am? What should I do about my early life crisis? What is the most heroic thing you have ever done? What does it feel like to be a self-made millionaire under the age of 25? How is being a billionaire better than being a millionaire? I am turning 27, and feel I have wasted a lot of time. Is it too late? What are the top 10 things that we should be informed about, in life? What does it feel like to have your spouse die? Why do living things die? Why are the people who answer 911 calls so relaxed? How do you disappear from sight? Lindsey Weber has never hit Inbox Zero. facebook twitter google+ pinterest email Algorithms Anxieties Lindsey Weber Listicle Without Commentary Nightmares From Which We Will Never Awake Quora The Machines From The Web Schooled Teach and Frisk listicles with little commentary Synonyms for the Current Economy, Ranked surreal estate The Lease Busters long conversations Patrolling the Queer Craigslist Culture (and TV) Valet, "Nature" Guides How To Do Your Taxes the parent rap The Toys You Won't Buy Culture (and TV) Ratatat, "Cream on Chrome"