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My productivity peaks between...

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12AM to 4AM
  2550 votes / 9%
4AM to 8AM
  1151 votes / 4%
8AM to 12PM
  7089 votes / 26%
12PM to 4PM
  3311 votes / 12%
4PM to 8PM
  3068 votes / 11%
8PM to 12AM
  3552 votes / 13%
I am never productive.
  4073 votes / 15%
Only on leap-seconds
  2092 votes / 7%
26886 total votes.
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  • by martas (1439879) on Wednesday October 09, 2013 @05:12PM (#45085709)
    Sadly, I can't get anything done unless the deadline's looming, the knife's to the bone, failure is imminent. This does not bode well for me since my "work" went from "homework due tomorrow" to "come up with a PhD thesis proposal by the end of the year"...
  • by ackthpt (218170) on Wednesday October 09, 2013 @07:32PM (#45086907) Homepage Journal

    You ever had a Red Bull? I've never had a Red Bull before, but I had a Red Bull last night — I really like Red Bull reeeeeeed buuuuuuuuullllllllah

    I find stimulants only wind me up, they do nothing for improving problem solving or working though logic. Fruit sugar is the best brain fuel - eat an apple, peach, pear, raisins, etc. Of course, the phony stimulant companies don't want you to know it's that simple or inexpensive.

  • Caffeine Correlation (Score:5, Interesting)

    by DaveAtFraud (460127) on Wednesday October 09, 2013 @10:39PM (#45087973) Homepage Journal

    My productivity peaks about 15 minutes after drinking a large cup of coffee. How large the cup has to be depends on the time of day so we're talking gallons before 10:00 am and just a shot of espresso around 10:00 pm.

    Cheers,
    Dave

  • Re:24h clock (Score:3, Interesting)

    by Time_Ngler (564671) on Thursday October 10, 2013 @02:00AM (#45088729)

    Totally agree with this, for two reasons.

    First, the English system is better than metric because a lot of it is based on fractions. Half a pint, a quarter of an inch. It is much easier for the human eye to split something into halves than tenths. Which makes it much easier to figure out what 1/16 of an inch is compared to 0.1 cm. Now, instead of converting to metric, what we should have done is convert to base 16 numbering system.

    Second, the English system is more future proof then the metric every was. You can't convert 1 mm to cm exactly in floating point, so there are all these rounding errors with the base-10 that the metric system is inseparably linked to. In hexadecimal, it would be .166666 (repeating) cm! What a horrible system in the age of computers!

  • Re:24h clock (Score:2, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday October 10, 2013 @12:40PM (#45093179)

    I agree it's nonsensical if you only look at the minute of 12:00 in both cases. If you look at the hour as a whole, it's clear that after noon from 12:01-12:59 are PM times, so for consistency's sake the whole hour is considered to be PM. The converse is true for the hour of 12 AM (midnight to 1 AM). It would be even more confusing if it went 12:00 AM -> 12:01 PM in my opinion.

  • Re:24h clock (Score:4, Interesting)

    by AmiMoJo (196126) * <mojo@@@world3...net> on Thursday October 10, 2013 @05:51PM (#45096531) Homepage

    The problem is that "12PM" refers to both the moment that is mid-day, and the hour long period between 12:00:00 and 12:59:59. If you think of it as a period then "12PM" makes more sense, since it takes place entire in the afternoon. 24 hour time is obviously much clearer and easier.

    I have seen some places in Japan that advertise being open until 27:00, meaning 3:00 the next day.

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