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not at all surprising but still good to know
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Thomas Friedman writes on the importance of having a narrative that ties ‘things’ together. Doing so mitigates the dissonance and burden of what otherwise would come across as “a work plan that we have to slog through.” [Seems very applicable to writing a grant or proposal.]
Zoning out and Drifting away
Writing code at 2:30 am on Halloween night. Seriously? Seriously. When the clock on my computer went from 1:59 to 1:00 because of the ‘Fall back’ time change my first thought was “nice. Extra hour to do this w/o feeling bad about it being so late” (nevermind that it’s Halloween in the first place). My next thought? “Fuck, I can’t believe that was the first...