The problem with shortcuts, illustrated

See what happens when you try to do things fast rather than do them right?🙂

HT Research in Progress, which by the way is hilarious. For instance, here’s how theorems are proven. Here’s how to handle tough questions. And here’s what it’s like to get your paper accepted after the third revision.

4 thoughts on “The problem with shortcuts, illustrated

  1. Oh man, that dog’s body language after he bounces off that thing is priceless. If dogs could say “WTF?” that would certainly be the time for it.

    I do hope that was a screen door. I am always saddened by the birds who cannot discern the existence of glass panes and die because of it.

  2. Pingback: On the tone and content of this blog (feedback encouraged) | Dynamic Ecology

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