The Anti-Meeting Theory of Time

Posted on February 13, 2012 by Tommy McGuire
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  1. Meetings occupy time.
  2. Meeting cancellations free up time.
  3. Scheduling a meeting, then canceling it results in the original amount of free time.
  4. What happens when you schedule a meeting, then cancel it more than once?
  5. Time is created!
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