Solas agus áilleacht duit, a mhuirnín, an lá seo agus gach lá, cibé a bhfuil tú.
Basically, the best way is to upgrade and then rollback. That secures your "free" upgrade and you can continue to use whatever you like.
What do you mean "best people" and "best universities"?
Why do you assume the best people come from the best universities?
Did you come from the "best" university?
If not, does that mean you're not the "best"? So you don't deserve a job?
If yes, then no one else but your peers from the "Best" universities deserve to be hired?
You make a lot of assumptions: a "best" university, everyone else is not the "best", even the idea of "best"
You're arguing that only the "top" people should have jobs, which is utterly laughable, because (a) good look measuring, and (b) that would ultimately mean only one person deserves a job.
This is a big part of the meritocracy myth that drives inequity. And you buy it hook line and sinker.
I like and agree with your posts, thanks for carrying water on this one.
The reason why Silicon Valley is struggling is very clear: look at the rage in this thread. These are the same people who think diversity is bad because minorities are too stupid to be a part of technology. They're still humping the meritocracy myth.
If you are angry, it means you are smart enough to know they are right, but too worried about your identity to do anything about it. And it is easy for you to do nothing because it doesn't affect you. But, it's not about making you look bad, it's about helping other people who don't have the advantages you were born with.
Realizing you're acting in a way that makes life harder for strangers doesn't make you a bad person, it is what makes you wise.
I don't dumpster dive much more these days, it's not worth the effort.
I've been getting steadily less value from SF-related properties over the past few years and maybe this is the push I need to turn it off entirely.
Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished? Yes, work never begun.