Why Hackers Need to Get More Sleep: You are Not a Machine - comment page 1

The zone has a certain magic around it.  Once in, we don’t leave until the project is done, even if that means days and sometimes weeks (or 7 YEARS in the case of that guy who built his own 64-bit … Continue reading

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3 Responses to Why Hackers Need to Get More Sleep: You are Not a Machine - comment page 1

  1. I hike here in SV every weekend and find it incredibly refreshing and rejuvinating. The fresh mountain air just hits all the right notes. If you feel a little down try some lemon tea. It’ll work wonders!.

  2. Lol buddy you shouldn’t even have a website, or else yours should be the official troll website. You use failed and broken logic in every argument you’ve made. I love in your article on bit coins you asked the question “what gives a bit coin value” The same thing that gives any currency value, people willing to trade goods and services for it. Honestly, go back to high school or just keep your mouth shut, everyone who reads your website will be come a little more stupid because of it.

    And honestly, I dont even have a high school education or a high IQ, so if I find it necessary to criticize your arguments you should definitely take it personally.

  3. The zone has a certain magic around it.  Once in, we don’t leave until the project is done, even if that means days and sometimes weeks (or 7 YEARS in the case of that guy who built his own 64-bit operating system because Jesus told him too [I wish I was kidding – check Youtube]).  Unfortunately, staying up all night hacking together a masterpiece leads to flexible modification of our natural evolutionary sleep cycles.  And this is bad.  Bad for our health, bad for those around us and bad for productivity in the days that follow.
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