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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I think at some point in a difficult problem it becomes an issue of capacity. You want maximum neurons on the problem, and as few context switches as you can.

    We've been using crayons since we were 3 in most cases, and just drawing requires very little mental effort.

    Using a computer requires thought to drive the interface, and when what you really want is an analog and unstructured extention to your brain, pen based stuff is hard to beat.

    And a whiteboard is like paper, but with an undo :)