On Meta-OptimizationBy Justin Thomas / January 9, 2009 January 12, 2009 / 8 Comments Optimize your meta-techniques.
8 thoughts on “On Meta-Optimization”
I like the website, and I originally liked where you were going with that string … until I read your response to the detractor. Now I see the translation: “It’s hard not to be pretentious when you’re pretentious.”
Michael, I don’t know really how to tell you this…without sounding pretentious…but I’m meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-meta-smart.
Love the design imaging statements. Huge fan of yours anyhow, always glad to detect the Zen of it all.
Have you in our blogrolls ( ctngreen.com/news etc ) would be honored to be in your blogroll.
regards & respect
It’s hard not to be pretentious when your field of study is meta-optimization.
When I click on your articles, nothing happens, they don’t open. Is there some trick to this???
That’s the whole article.