A great tool does not a solution make.

Sam C. Chan

Non-Shakespearian translation:
    It's not the product, but the overall process, that really matters.

Amateurs boast about their tools. Professionals stress the skills and processes. True masters philosophize on the holistic way, and above all, focus on the ultimate results.

It's shocking but true: Mundane tools with laughable specs and price tags, in able hands, can do admirable jobsoften superior to those produced by the less skilled, with flashy tools. This applies to computers, cameras, security tools, etc. A word processor doesn't make you a writer. It's all about craftsmanship and experience.

The world's burning, people are dying... And you're arguing over a 2% lead on 3D benchmark?

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