G.K. Chesterton (via Jason Kottke):

It is perfectly obvious that in any decent occupation (such as bricklaying or writing books) there are only two ways (in any special sense) of succeeding. One is by doing very good work, the other is by cheating.

Kottke (as always) has chosen some great excerpts from this 1915 book — worth your time today.


Posted by Ben Brooks