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May 29th 2014, 11:36 AM
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shevek
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I guess I don't have the discipline to crank something substantive out like Simon Klaebe did with this DMOD.

I totally disagree. Both your latest DMOD and these writeups are very substantial, and of high quality. It's been said before: if you lower the quality because you can't find the (mental) time to do more, I'm sure the result will still be very good and I'd happily continue reading these. (And if you feel it's really too much, then of course I won't blame you; what you've done so far has been awesome. "More" is great, but "not more" doesn't diminish the things you did.)

Or was all of it - the fretting, the avoidance, the dicking around on the Internet - part of the process?

I do the same thing you do, but to a smaller degree. I'm pretty sure that if I would start working immediately, the result would be of lower quality. Somehow, "actively" not working on a project still develops new ideas in my mind which I'll use when I finally start.