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Current Mantras

On SEBASTIAN MARSHALL

You could substitute in the word "initiative," "goal," or "target" if you don't like mantra. I'm not a believer in anything new agey or mystical. Rather, for me, "mantra" captures a complex and detailed idea in a short word or phrase. They're things I'm working on.

I was brainstorming at a cafe what I'm working on, what's most crucial in terms of development. This is the list I came to -

Create Enterprise Start day productive Focus Celerity I don't need to feel good to do the right thing.

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Comments

On Blogtopus

I don't really like the way comments are on this site. You know what I mean? It is confusing to have comments with different hierarchical levels display at the same level visually. This happens when you scroll down so that a non- root-level comment will be dragged all the way to the left. In this way, a real root node, displayed further down the screen, will take up the same amount of horizontal space as this child node, and then all hell breaks loose. I can't tell what's the parent of what, and who replied where, and all the fuzziness happened.

---By the way, I don't really plan on having anyone read this, so if you are reading it, please know that I usually am more coherent than this. My brain is kind of fried fries.

On Reddit,  you can open and close layers of comments and their children. I find this very useful, because sometimes I want to disregard the shit out of shit.

I was thinking, maybe it would be good if you could click "Focus on this Comment" on a comment and then you'd be like 'Wow'. Because then it would move it over to the leftest point, and you'd only see its children. Then you could "Focus on this Comment" on one of its children. Then you could go back to the first one, by using the browser history. Then, you would be happiness.

Possibly also, there could be different colors for different levels of posts. That way, nobody would get lost trying to keep track of which parent is parent.

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