Cooking with Linux - Operating Your Body at Peak Performance
Aug 28, 2006 By Marcel Gagné
High-performance systems and high-performance software are often easier to come by than high-performance users. Perhaps it's because we all work too hard. It's time to take a break, because peak performance, strangely enough, requires a little rest and relaxation.
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