X. Consider no work perfect over which you have not once sat from evening to broad daylight.* FailureToVet-gate hits the New York Times. And Daily Kos has a round-up of pundit reactions, including David Brooks giving up the ghost and Richard Cohen invoking Incitatus, the horse Caligula made consul.
XI. Do not write the conclusion of a work in your familiar study. You would not find the necessary courage there.
XIII. The work is the death mask of its conception.
* And Dark Roasted Blend visits the fantastic megastructures of Paolo Soleri, the thinker behind arcology.