So, there’s this thing, you don’t know anything about it but you’re a gambling man and you’re pretty smart. So you buy it. You’re buying it because you’re going to sell it later to someone else who doesn’t want to buy it now at $X, however that guy later will buy it for $X + $Y and that $Y is going to be your profit. This will take six months. You think this is reasonable.
To the bold go the spoils. Don’t worry about studying or knowing what you’re doing. Just jump in.
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One word can bring the dancing thought of undiscovered treasure through your mind, and it can also bring the crushing thought of buying a fake.
eBay has its place as a useful tool, but there are a few things to keep in mind. None of this will be news for experienced collectors, but is a short overview for people new to this hobby.
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There are four stages to learning.
- Unconscious incompetence.
- Conscious incompetence.
- Conscious competence.
- Unconscious competence.
It’s generalizing, but it works on a practical level.
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My name is Darcy. I am a student from McGill University, and we are building a company focusing on using your NeXT machine and the Objective-C programming language. <insert long winded question here about business>.
What do you think the right thing to do is?
I don’t know.
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Introduced first in 1927, by the German physicist Werner Heisenberg, it states that the more precisely the position of some particle is determined, the less precisely its momentum can be known, and vice versa — Wikipedia, The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
This little bit of physics is I think the most important fact on the planet, and it has wide ranging applications.
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