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October 12, 2009


Timothy Ceder

Agreed. I keep pen and paper near my work desktop (which is painfully slow - thanks gov't), so when the speed hinders productivity, I can scratch out a quick outline of what I'm actually trying to do. Slower computers do not need to result in slower work, it's just a matter of using those load times as efficiently as possible.

Of course, the best route is to use a machine that has a quick sleep/awake cycle (i.e. mac), but that's another story.

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