Do You Hate Unfinished Things?

One relatively tiny issue was bugging me. My “I wanna test how Ajax + Twitter + cache stuff works” page http://gamestweet.net/ had text “undefined” in the page (which meant Javascript issue). I decided to do a little bit of tweaking… and fixed it (also changed it so that it finds tweets that contain words “indie games”).

Okay, the site Alexa rank is like 5,000,000+ and for the moment I’m not doing pretty much anything with it… but having “undefined” was bugging me enough to make it work.

Now I have some other tasks on my list to hate…

(What unfinished task could you hate enough to finish them today?)

5 thoughts on “Do You Hate Unfinished Things?

  1. Sargon

    I don’t have a problem to finish things, my problem is that I am having a hard time starting something new while I didn’t finish the last thing I did.
    I know it sounds like the opposite problem.
    The thing is, if you work only on one thing, its not efficient. Because you might get stuck on it and wait for something before you continue. And while you are stuck on it, you better have something else to work on.
    The word is pipelining, I think. ;)

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  2. Jake Birkett

    “I think everyone has more unfinished things than he can ever finish in his life” Agreed. I still have in the back of my mind things I never finished as a kid that really don’t matter any more and no doubt some of the things I haven’t finished now won’t matter in another 10 or 20 years.

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  3. Lumooja

    I think everyone has more unfinished things than he can ever finish in his life. You just need to decide on what to work next, it doesn’t matter if it’s important or anything, just the decision alone to do something is enough.

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  4. Israel Lazo

    T_T i have to find why in my classroom simulation game, when you reuse a desktop with another kid, that kid becomes invisible. Everytime i get that bug i cry like a child.

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