Dr. C. Scott Ananian (cananian) wrote,
Dr. C. Scott Ananian

What's the best thing you could be working on, and why aren't you?

Some get-motivated reading from Paul Graham on good vs bad procrastination and working in small groups.

Looking ahead to our very ambitious goals for the next Sugar/OLPC release, I think it's important to keep Richard Hamming's question in front of us:

What's the best thing you could be working on, and why aren't you?
We need to take individual responsibility for the things which will make our release excellent, and find ways to shut out distractions to let us get that great work done.
Tags: olpc, paul graham, sugarlabs

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