comment by [deleted] ·
2011-10-24T18:04:52.924Z · LW(p) · GW(p)
I thought of more then one way to answer this question. I figured I would give one answer for each way I could think, as if I was nominating them for different categories, as it were.
Are there any posts I've liked/upvoted?
Yes, but there are too many to list here, and if I answer 10+ posts, it feels like it doesn't really standout as the "Best" writing.
Are there any posts I've liked/upvoted and saved?
Lukeprog, your crash course was the only one I found that I liked and saved, so that's probably one of my personal favorites.
Are there any sequences that stood out in my head as being a best sequence?
The fun theory sequence
Are there any elements in that sequence that stood out as being the best part of the sequence?
Is there any way of trying to answer this question on a level that might be more objective than my own opinion?
There is a way to sort posts to see top voted posts, but there may be some bias involved: As a possible example of this, being a top voted post might get more exposure, which may get you more votes. Bearing that in mind, the most highly rated post of all time is Yvain's generalizing from one example with 190 points as of this post.
These are also available from the top bar, but in case anyone would like some quick links: