[Coco] RE: OT: Advice in dealing with Geekitis :)
captcpu at clubltdstudios.com
Sat Oct 21 23:31:29 EDT 2006
I have this problem all the time. :) There's nothing for it really.
It's incurable. I've got a dozen different CoCo projects going on...
Half of them are "technically" the SAME project, even though each is a
very different type of project. It just keeps getting bigger and more
complex the more fun stuff I find to add. Heh. Eventually I get so far
behind that I just stick my head down, finish one and feel MUCH better.
So much better that ten new project bloom into being shortly after. Ah
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> -----Original Message-----
> Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2006 09:58:49 -0700
> From: "Jim Cox" <jimcox at miba51.com>
> Subject: [Coco] OT: Advice in dealing with Geekitis :)
> To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
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> I think this is the best place to ask this, since there
> are so many of you on this list that are working on
> projects and getting stuff done.
> How does one deal with having Geekitis? It's the
> condition that makes you want to play with so many new
> technologies and interests that you never get anything
> How do you stay organized and focused on your projects and
> not jump on to something else.
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