On Wasting time and inefficiency

From the new rules blog

Wasting time and inefficiencies are the way to discovery. When Condé Nast’s editorial director Alexander Liberman was challenged on his inefficiencies in producing world-class magazines such The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and Architectural Digest, he said it best: “I believe in waste. Waste is very important in creativity.”

Out of many things, inefficiencies have helped me learn java and pgplot at a faster rate.

Trying things, creating silly programs has produced so many wasteful programs, but each has sharpened the skills.

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