“You and Your Research” Major Bullet Points
By Richard Hamming
Become very interested in the difference between those who do and those who might have done.
Why shouldn't you do significant things in this one life, however you define significant?
“Luck favors the prepared mind.”
I want to dispose of this matter of luck as being the sole criterion whether you do great work or not. I claim you have some, but not total, control over it. Newton on the matter. Newton said, “If others would think as hard as I did, then they would get similar results.”
Great work is something else than mere brains.
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