Day 35 of insomnia. I only slept for 40 minutes today, with Thync turned up to maximum calming for 6 hours. I still managed to get a few hours of work in with alert enhancement on. Could barely focus. Need more sleep.
I have some guesses about how they're doing their research.
One of my favorite quotes from Alpha Centauri. Glad there are other people out there who like to use it.
I know this got modded up as funny, and it is, but it's also 100% serious. Anytime I change physical locations: keys, wallet, phone? Get into the habit before you get older.
I cannot tell you how pleased I am that this is the first post here. Thank you, kind sir or ma'am, whoever you are.
Seriously, no "never" option? I suppose the oil reserve one could count as that, but...seriously. The wonder of exploration is gone. I expect our civilization to implode before we actually do a manned Mars mission.
The comments to this post are hilarious.
I suppose this is where I'm supposed to be indignant because the language I use got listed. But, I suppose it's fair. Ruby has always been one of the trendier languages, regardless of its utility.
Really struggling to avoid defending it, though.
It's true. Ting is rad, but if you don't get good Sprint coverage in your area, you may be better off with one of the other options listed here.
Not unlimited, but I pay ~$33/month for service on two phones. Can't imagine using enough minutes/texts/data to actually make it up to unlimited plan prices.
This sort of lapse has happened in every company I've worked in, big and small, when the person formerly responsible for this kind of thing leaves the company and someone else has to pick up their responsibilities. Sloppy, unorganized? You betcha. Also what I've come to expect.
That was cracked a long time ago.
I don't understand why we're still making kneepads. Kneepads are completely ineffective at protecting knees from hypersonic missiles, but spending on kneepads continues to rise. Kneepads are obsolete and we should be focusing our efforts on knee-mounted lasers to defend against this new hypersonic threat.
Holy balls that is creepy. At best, this would really weird people out who knew the dearly departed. At worst, it would provide a hook for traumatized loved ones to avoid dealing with the grief and get increasingly bottled up in a fantasy world.
It is difficult for me to imagine ways in which this would be a good thing.
It's safe to assume that slashdotters didn't actually read the article, doubly so if it's behind the paywall. We're spouting opinions we already had.