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bio website askubuntu.com/users/61218
location Planet Earth
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 4 months
seen Oct 18 '13 at 14:33


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awarded  Popular Question
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comment How to setup linux as a pure working environment
+1, the second one is what I always preferred. No 4 is also good one
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
Thanks. I liked your answer's point. You have some important point there.
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Sep
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revised Gamification to improve myself
fixed a dead link
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
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comment What approach is good? First getting job done then improve or the other?
Thanks for the answer. But the problem is I also have read many quotes from many famous/good person. If they helped me, I may probably not ask the question. I will be much glad, if you give what your personal experience and belief is.
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
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revised How to correctly resume yourself with the same enthusiasm after sleep?
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Jul
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comment How to correctly resume yourself with the same enthusiasm after sleep?
Thanks for the answer, Can you do some more explanation with an example
Jul
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awarded  Cleanup
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revised How to correctly resume yourself with the same enthusiasm after sleep?
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revised How to correctly resume yourself with the same enthusiasm after sleep?
edited title
Jun
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comment How to correctly resume yourself with the same enthusiasm after sleep?
No, but only try to keep my self interested by remembering tomorrow's work. But it is not most of the time
Jun
30
asked How to correctly resume yourself with the same enthusiasm after sleep?
Jun
30
accepted What approach is good? First getting job done then improve or the other?