As a programmer, I start projects. I end them. Early. Very very early. And sometimes when I have some progress.
It seems I tend to have a great idea while in bed or in school, making it, and then working it for a little while (3-7 days) and then forgetting about it or lose motivation. I've watched videos, and we're talking YouTube to TED here (If you don't watch TED presentations, you SHOULD), but I always say "Screw it." and go on.
This always happens as a group.
I am interested in the psychology of people and why people do stuff (especially buying) and found out some very interesting things, like group contentious and good sign placing (make it big, make it where people will see it regularly with nothing to disturb them), and one of the things I found is the bigger the group is, the bigger the chance is it to fall. This is why about 1/3 of the collabs in NG basically .
Don't get me started on working with artists in here.
Most of the people I've worked with have disappeared, not going after what they promised and basically not taking it seriously 90% of the time. Coming back to physiology, people get much darker and play less like their selves when are behind a mask or a disguise, like a Halloween custom or the INTERNET. For example, when in masks, around 40% more students encouraged a guy to suicide than just being plain themselves.
Indeed extreme and word-heavy, but I just wanted to give you some knowledge and why I am getting less encouraged as to being a programmer. If you'd like more psychology in them posts, tell me. It is interesting (But my job won't be psychology, it'll still be computers...)