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Honest answer? FAR too much!

During the week I tend to lurk around the CB while working, clicking 'talk' every few minutes, although I rely quite heavily on cbhistory if something comes up that I need to do. Whilst waiting for code to run (or for someone to give me work to do when things are quiet) I'll go through the list of questions on SoPW and see if there's anything I can (and want to) answer, and chat a little in the CB.

At the weekend I tend to come to the monastery for a couple of hours in the morning while my partner sleeps in, and a couple of hours in the evening while she watches 'Strictly Dance Fever' or some other godawful dreck.

I also pop in if I'm at a loose end, bored or just fancy a chat. Working away from home and only getting back about every other weekend I rarely get chance to see my friends, and most of the people here are bright, well informed and fun, so I can think of worse ways of spending time.

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g0n, backpropagated monk


In reply to Re: How long do you spend at PM? by g0n
in thread How long do you spend at PM? by johnnywang

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