How to Quickly Extract the Best Insights from a Huge Topic | Scott H Young
If the area you're exploring is bounded or set out, like a syllabus, both strategies will work. If learning is without bounds, going in-depth first may lead you on a long detour. Choose poorly, and you can get stuck on an unwanted path.
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