- Retreat almost all forces from the Rammas Echor (the wall surrounding the Pelennor Fields) and West-Osgiliath. Bring them all to Minas Tirith.
- Do not send Faramir to Osgiliath and don’t try to retake it.
- Try to use deception whenever possible to make the enemy believe Osgiliath and the Rammas Echor still have large garrisons in order to slow them down. E.g., spread out the remaining defenders, use strawmen, anything my army officers can think of. As long as it doesn’t cost too many resources.
- Completely burn the harbor of Harlond (the port of Minas Tirith) to the ground and try to make it as difficult as possible for enemy ships to land. E.g., wooden stakes in the ground, use collapsed buildings to block roads and if time permits it, steal Tyrion’s tactic of making a giant chain across the river (probably impossible).
- Dig holes all over the Pelennor fields, place wooden stakes at the bottom and cover them with twigs/grass.
- Spread straw or other materials that easily burn across the base of the outer wall of Minas Tirith. If you have enough oil, rinse them in it.
- Reinforce both the outer gate of Minas Tirith and the gate leading to the second level.
- Camouflage (yes this is a bit cheating, camouflage probably didn’t exist) several trebuchets and train its soldiers in aiming at the area in front of the main gate. The only task of these trebuchets will be to fire at siege rams.
- If time permits it, dig a moat around the outer wall. A half-circle around the main gate should be possible with these time constraints.
- Prepare water basins around the city to put out fires. All civilians who are fit but unable to fight, are assigned firefighting duties.
- Use the elite fountain guard in the frontline, specifically to defend the main gate.
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- He was the first CTO of facebook.
- IOI Silver Medalist .
- He along with his team at California Institute of Technology won silver medal in ACM ICPC in 2004.
- In 2005, he was one of the finalists in the international Top coder Collegiate Challenge and was placed eighth in the USA Computing Olympiad while he was still in high school.
- He created a messenger called BuddyZoo – AOL Instant Messenger analysis (read this thread it’s super cool) at the age of 20.
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- In his high school, he developed the Synapse Media Player (a music suggestion software) along with Mark Zuckerberg and others which was later proposed to purchase by Microsoft & other giants, but they declined their offers & made it free for all.
- Fortune magazine included D’Angelo as runner-up in its ‘Smartest people in tech’ article.
- He owns 0.8 % stake at facebook, which is equivalent to $680 million.
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- Make sure you are motivated by the ultimate mission of whatever you’re working on, and you understand the connection from that all the way down to the specific work you’re doing at any given moment.
- Focus on getting better at whatever it is you’re doing. There is a reason why the most addictive RPGs formalize the “leveling up” dynamic and it’s amazing how much tedious work this can motivate.
- Enjoy the day-to-day work itself. Don’t expect to enjoy everything, but it can really help your motivation to have a job where you enjoy a significant part of the work intrinsically.
- Take care of yourself. Make sure you look out for your psychological needs and get enough rest, take time to relax with friends, get exercise or whatever else you need to be able to focus on work without the rest of your life dragging you down.
- Have an internal sense of what’s worthwhile and don’t fool yourself. Some people think of “staying focused” as an issue of psychological willpower. In my experience one of the biggest reasons people don’t focus is that they don’t have a strong sense of the value of all the different things they could do. They will get lured in by things that seem exciting or things that will get them some kind of short term social status but have little to do with what actually matters in the long term. It is much easier to avoid this stuff if you have a good sense of its value.