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looking at people in the eyes does help regain a sense of things.

knowing what you don't know is very useful in learning.

Audacity is almost a modern virtue. Though, in my experience, those who seek unsolicited counsel seldom know what to do with it nor realise what it signal about their character.

It also misunderstand the modern professional. At the top of our game we sell clock speed not memory. Memory is cheap. It's even given away. Clock speed, the ability to make connections with meaning, is what matters. And they're never going to get access to that by treating me like a search engine.


Peter



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