> "J. R. Molloy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > From: "Anders Sandberg" <email@example.com>
> > > I no
> > > longer have to stop working because it gets too dark, thanks to
> > > Edison, and today computers makes it possible to work regardless of
> > > what time it is outside my window - which means there is no strong
> > > external reason to stop.
> > A strong reason to stop might be to preserve one's sanity.
> Too late :-)
> Actually, I have a solution to my tendency to rotate my working time
> around the day: melatonin. Now I just have to remember to take it at
> midnight... which I usually forgets and work all night.
Presuming that you do remember to take it, does Melatonin work? I seem to
have buckled the wheel on my sleep cycle; I'm all over the place.
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