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j_s · 2017-10-06 · Original thread
I agree! However, that takes real work & prioritization (time) rather than electricity/technology.

Also (meme-ing a bit here): why not both? :)

In reality, it's always a mistake to let the nonexistent perfect be the enemy of the good (or to be most pessimistic: the not-as-bad).

I personally am desperate for an app-ified version of this well-researched "direct instruction" book/process:

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