Free O'Clock Somewhere, Sometimes
Three hours a day will produce as much as a man ought to write.
- Anthony Trollope (1815-1882)
Not everyone has the luxury to write. Regardless of time allocated, the point that Anthony Trollope is making in the above quote is that no additional benefit is achieved by spending more than three hours per day on producing written output. Considering Anthony's prodigious output of non-fiction, novels, plays and short stories, and his lack of technological tools, why are we not able to greatly exceed his output with our current access to information and tools of the trade? On the other hand maybe this is a little bit of self deprecation from the Victorian era. Imagine a world where technology actually worked for you and work-life was a contradiction in all certain terms.
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