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From: Jeff Bone (
Date: Wed Aug 16 2000 - 13:09:28 PDT

> I'd bet many on FoRK have at least experienced the few orders
> of magnitude between 3 and 5 digits; that experience should
> show that life involves many activities for which time and
> attention matter more than money. Native attentiveness may
> vary slightly, but we all get the same amount of time in our
> day, so paying attention to money figures alone is akin to
> being myopic about bandwidth while ignoring latency.

IMO, money buys time. Or rather, it enables more elective and efficient allocations of time towards the things you want to spend time doing. Ever notice
that senior execs spend a lot of time on the golf course? Ever notice the hours that doctors, bankers, and all lawyers besides bigcorps and venture
lawyers keep?



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