Monday, March 02, 2009

Too Weird to Not Do


When you're confronted with a problem, you slow down and assess exactly what is going on.

You don't want to act too quickly, but you will act when you know the coast is clear.

You believe that going too fast and going too slow can be equally damaging.

You aim to end up somewhere in the middle between recklessness and stagnation.

Snowstorm in NYC, 3 of 9 librarians at work. I spent most of the day answering reference calls. Oddly tiring despite just sitting in a chair, typing and talking.

Feeling: tired

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