Bill Harris founded Facilitated Systems in 1999 to help people by helping the organizations in which they spend so much of their time. He uses a number of approaches to help them make sense of the puzzles and problems organizations face.
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posted by Bill Harris at 6/09/2008 permalink
Hmmm... looks like he is efficient. I presume the difference between lazy and efficient is that the efficient person is getting done what needs to be done and the lazy person is not getting their "stuff" done. Is Linus getting his stuff done? If so, he's not lazy. On the other hand I know busy-bodies who throw a lot of dust in the air but don't ever get anything done. They are not considered lazy, since they are busy... however they are not efficient either.
Hello, JD, and thanks for stopping by. Actually, my take on "lazy" in this case is a bit different, as you can see here, if you didn't already look.And, while I don't know him personally, I would have to agree: Linus Torvalds seems as if he's been pretty effective.
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