This is old story in my life, my senior in my previous laboratory who dropped out said me at his graduation, “I wanted to be more smart so I read many books, I never lose the number of books I read. However, I found I had been senseless. The important point is not the input but the output. Finally I understood it at around three months prior to graduation time. I was failed but I found, so I don’t want you to make the same mistake.”
I don’t remember the detail but almost it’s correct. Honestly I didn’t respect him at all but those words impressed me a lot at that time. If I feel distress about output, I used to remember his words. In other words, recently it’s hard to write this blog because of idealess.

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