Procrastination is a calling away from something that we do against our desires toward something that we do for pleasure, in that joyful state of self-forgetful inspiration that we call genius.
Science makes me feel stupid too. It's just that I've gotten used to it.
It's hard to get people to do something bad all in one big jump, but if you can cut it up into small enough pieces, you can get people to do almost anything.
It's possible to get accustomed to anything. Make bloody sure you are aware of what you've become accustomed to.
One passionate person is worth a thousand people who are just plodding along ...
The truth is that we are often bored to death by what we find online -- but this is boredom on the installment plan, one click a time, and therefore imperceptible.
It's not that there's not enough work, it's that there is too much of it.
If we don't get rid of the incentive to loot, the only question is what form the next round of looting will take. The human mind has a tremendous ability to rationalize, and the possibility of making millions of dollars invites some hard-core rationalization.
One person called me "Jesus of YouTube." I don't think that's right but it's a good feeling.
Success is a corollary of obscenity: you know it when you see it.
More and more of us are not interested in substance.