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Dec. 7, 2021, 1:59 p.m. | /u/DaBeastGeek

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I’ve got a few colleagues who always claim to be reading papers, but the way they “read” is so damn superficial.

As an example, I had just finished fully reading/comprehending a paper, and I won’t lie, took me a solid couple days to understand everything fully and reading things multiple times.

Meanwhile, in the daily meetings we have I mention the paper and how we should try and use some of their components in our own work, and someone says, “oh ya, I read that in like 15 mins”. So …

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