The lame in the path outstrip the swift who wander from it.—Francis Bacon (scientific philosopher), Novum Organum (1620), section 61.
Writing code at midnight may be fun, but writing code at midnight the day the assignment is due is not fun.—a senior taking his fourth programming class (December 2011).
Another reason for the dullness of so many short pieces is that too few academic writers have had enough experience of writing. A good writer, like a good pianist, needs daily practice and a love of the art for its own sake. To keep in practice, he must write his weekly minimum ...
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20. Problem Solving
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