Ah, I see now.
My bad, "voices" doesn't go through well in text form, that's why we have
Irony: In order to escape wireless emissions, people move to a place where a bunch of massive radio telescopes stand next door as proof that wireless emissions are everywhere.
Correlation isn't causality: moving from a populated area to the middle of nowhere and having your symptoms "disappear" proves that wireless emissions were the root of the problem.
you mean "doesn't prove", right ?
I can hear CRTs when they are 3 rooms away, with the sound off. it's not a myth. as for wi fi, I am not sensitive to it but I wouldn't categorically say no one else is.
"It's like the moneylenders in the Temple, now selling "Jesus Slept Here" t-shirts."
Apparently, Mr. King had a dream, but it wasn't Richard Stallman's...
The group building the memorial are PISSING on King's grave.
Harry E. Johnson Sr., president of the foundation, made $265,085 in 2008.
They built the "memorial" with uncompensated (read "slave") labour from China.
Get this straight. MLK was not a "fee-good, let's all respect each other" civil-rights version of Barney the dinosaur.
He was mobilising and uniting the underprivileged, black and white, in ways that were threatening to the war-mongering coproratist kleptocrats. They didn't kill him 'cos he wanted people to drink from the same fountain.
Now, they are killing him with artificial praise. It's like the moneylenders in the Temple, now selling "Jesus Slept Here" t-shirts.
Excuse me.. is this a racial slur or have I missed something? because this dribble got +5 points...
Anyone in the field who hasn't figured this out yet needs to be let go. Programming requires long nights staring blankly at mind-muddling objective languages. Experienced directors/designers have the foresight to be able to properly direct all that youthful energy to the most worthwhile pursuits, rather than just letting them wander aimlessly through some other other geek's code.
There's probably a good amount of truth to this.
Coding, to a large degree, is grunt work. No, this isn't universally true... But a lot of it is.
You want your more experienced people to be supervising the grunt coders - not wasting their time actually turning out line after line of code.
Its sad that you think that. Coding can be grunt work but the same piece of code can be art, it all depends on who does the coding.
It would be more interesting to turn off the school's WiFi, not tell anyone, and see if the symptoms go away.
Yeah.. good luck with that.. it's a public wifi network, don't you think someone will notice... ?
HUH!! My thoughts exactly
I wonder if antidepressants have anything to do with different levels of susceptibility to this stuff...
The trouble with doing something right the first time is that nobody appreciates how difficult it was.