than reading a paper you wrote a few years ago and still being happy with it. It’s even better when your co-authors agree with you.
And I am usually hard on myself. I find fault in most of my stuff, although not this time.
Now I am working on writing reference letters for students. I like the student on the market this year, a whole lot. But I can’t write ‘best student ever’ every time, can I?
Some people do—but then we ignore them after a while. Too much noise.
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