On Thu, Sep 07, 2000 at 11:55:17PM -0600, Nathan Torkington wrote:
> Any more?  I'm keen to learn from mistakes (preferably those of
> others, but my own will do in a pinch :-).

How about: If you make an earthshaking decision on day three of a
conference, do not announce it on day five.  Wait until you get home.
Had we sat on it for a week before making a public announcement
strategic people would have been back at their computers to head off
the shock and confusion that errupted.

Of course, then Larry wouldn't have had his thunder.


Michael G Schwern      http://www.pobox.com/~schwern/      [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Just Another Stupid Consultant                      Perl6 Kwalitee Ashuranse
But why?  It's such a well designed cesspool of C++ code.  Why wouldn't
you want to hack mozilla?
                -- Ziggy

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