No Regrets!

I seem to be in mismatching* mode these last few days – here’s another old saw I don’t agree with. I guess it depends what you understand by “regret”. I define it as wishing I hadn’t done something, or had done something differently. So it seems rather foolish not to regret some of the stuff…

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For civilisation to make progress …

…. each generation has to do better than the last one” That’s a quote from a TED talk by Hector Ruiz (CEO of AMD), talking about the ’50×15′ initiative. It struck me as very true, particularly as Ruiz’s father related it not to “civilisation” as a whole, but to him as an individual – telling…

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