On Feb 23, 9:02 am, Brent Meeker <meeke...@dslextreme.com> wrote:

> But recent analysis produced by neuroimaging technologies has revealed 
> something quite remarkable: a great deal of meaningful activity is occurring 
> in the brain when a person is sitting back and doing nothing at all.

The best way to come up with an idea or solve a problem is often to
sleep on it, or to at least to take a break, maybe go for a walk and
let your mind "idle". I used to find that cigarette breaks were very
useful in my work as a software developer before I gave up smoking
(now I have to enforce breaks), and in my attempts at writing a novel
I often find that the way forward - resolving a scene, say - often
comes to me if I happen to wake up in the middle of the night.


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