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|first; but the second both produce a part of the exchangeable value of the work, |
and materially increase its actual quantity. ... I said, and say, partly because the
best work never was, nor ever will be, done for money at all; but chiefly because,
|The “charming” (The New York Times) first anthology Goodbye to All That—inspired by Joan Didion’s classic essay about loving and leaving Manhattan—chronicled the difficulties and disappointments inherent in loving New York, while ...|
|A person who does business by rule, having a time and place for everything, |
doing his work promptly, will accomplish twice as much and ... half does that, will
have his business at loose ends, and will never know when his day's work is
done, for it never will be done. ... The proprietors had learned a good deal in
Europe regarding hotels, and the landlords were proud of the rigid system which
|The plan of "counting the chickens before they are hatched" is an error of ancient |
date, but it does not seem to improve ... There is good sense in the old caution
against having too many irons in the fire at once. ... will have his business at
loose ends, and will never know when his day's work is done, for it never will be
|Q. In all the balance of your investigations, you never made any report to the |
Treasurer ? ... is no book in the office that will show, as I know of, what was
counted by that committee — that will show the amount of money that was
prepared for destruction by this committee. ... I know of no book that showed the
amount of work done by our committee. ... A. To the best of my recollection that is
the way we did.
|But of all the great and very good art done in the United States in the last forty |
years very little can be seen. ... I never saw the work there and will never see so
much together. ... An example of something much better for less money is to have
saved Les Halles in Paris, an important deed itself, and then to have given two ...
|Whereas, her father was still working full time to make ends meet. ... You can't! It |
just proved to Hanna that money can't and never will buy you what really matters
—happiness. This could only ever be built from the good things you have done!
|... into the adder. By the time I was done, the design of the Nova was half as many |
chips as all of the other minicomputers from Varian, Digital Equipment Corp., ...
And how good you can build it without errors and bugs and flaws. ... The reason I
did that was because I had no money. ... So, because I could never build one, all I
could do was design them on paper and try to get better and better and better.
|If it's ajob (an offer ofemployment), NEVER, EVER pay money to get hired. You |
can invest in a good job database or hire someone to help with your resume, but
legitimate employers will never charge to hire you. Think of it this way: If your ...