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I was thinking about non-technical factors that could improve my performance.

First, I think that I need to start closing my office door, as I work home and now that my wife is free of school and almost all day seeing tv or doing other noises around home, I have an even harder time concentrating. This is non-technical.

Second, I need to get some cooler installed here. The house is hot as hell, and with two computers (my workstation/laptop, and a server) working in here, my officeif even hotter. This is also non-technical.

Thirst, I must visit perlmonks only once a day. Wait until my unreadden emails count at least 50 (a couple hours, most), read my Camelot Digest in the morning, and do go to every site listed at least once more a day, and other things like this. This is also non-technical, and even harder to solve than the previous two.

This would improve greatly my performance, I think.

In reply to Re: Non-Technical Factors by themage
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