Monday, June 25, 2012

no need for alarm

it seems to me that there are very few civilized people who, for most of their lives, get to choose what times to go to bed and when to get up. i find that quite sad. The fact that developing products to wake people up on time is so profitable is telling, and i suspect that a lot of people would enjoy a shifted day.

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case in point: i went to bed this morning around 4.30am, after finally getting some work done. presumably because nobody else in my timezone was awake to send me things / post things that fire me up. and then i woke up about half an hour ago, feeling better than i usually do about waking up and ready to face the day.

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