To put the focus on putting my time in, not on getting immediate gratification. Like sending out a promo code for the app to an editor every day instead of checking the website statistics every day.
To get rid of my perfectionism, good enough is good enough. Like recording the demo video yesterday, which is FAR from perfect and deciding it's good enough, I'll put it out, I can always put out a better version later.
I take waking up and finding myself on the front page of HN as a sign that I should continue doing that :)
However, overtime this file can become out of date - or can get lost if you change designers or programmers.
Seems like this is a great way to restore your photoshop file from the working HTML. Would be amazing if it could link up to the vector graphic files as well. Smart Objects are perhaps the best thing to happen to Photoshop since layers.
I haven't really try LZW compression for the image data, but it seems that generated PSD file for a single webpage is extremely huge (multi megabytes PSD file). Standard Photoshop App generate image data with mostly Packbit compression. There is probably room to improve on that.