Enquiring minds want to know.
He's not a well-known engineer.
He's a well-known actor/comedian that happens to have studied electrical engineering.
No true engineer could be famous. Therefore, anyone who is famous is not a true engineer, no matter how much engineering they did.
So you've heard of this engineer before? You must be one of those engineering types, not "just folks". Anybody who knows about an engineer doesn't count...
It's a clever argument but it doesn't say much.
This is a great collection of software management thought, very practical stuff with jokes. (just read the ones tagged "tech life" and "management")
I just got this book from the library for the first time two weeks ago. I'm pleased that I will only have to have checked it out once.
Kudos and thanks, mjd.
You can fool all the people all of the time if the advertising is right and the budget is big enough. -- Joseph E. Levine