... short rope.
... short rope.
I too think this should be ranked higher.
As a survivor of the first bubble, followed by the SoCal Real Estate bubble, all I can say is that my BS detector is making loud whooping noises. A company is worth a a reasonable multiple of its earnings; nothing more. And reasonable doesn't mean 650x.
Not to belabour the obvious, but why not start here:
That and never, ever insert user-supplied data into a query without using the vendor approved escape mechanism, even if you've done your own safety checks.
A very nice and thoughtful comment. Sometimes I come across more negative than I prefer, but a pet peeve of mine is speech designed to fold, spindle and mutilate the simple truth. Had the authors of the study chosen to use terms similar to your own, I would cheer them onward. Jokes about "dolphin sausage" aside, who can help but smile when around the animals?
Perhaps I mean to say that I like dolphins but dislike bunny huggers? Especially academic bunny huggers out to exploit public affection for the animals.
Some forms of communication are designed to transfer information; but others are designed to obscure or refract it. Phony terms like "co-create" do nothing to generate confidence in the legitimacy of this project.
Seriously, folks, why are we so eager to spread our dysfunction? Until we can manage the basics of sanity here on Earth, we have no business spreading to the stars. I'm not even talking about an idealised society of some kind; I'm just suggesting basic stability, justice and social order. Two thirds of the globe live in grinding misery,most of which is entirely preventable. I'd even go so far as to say that 85% of human misery is self-inflicted; the remainder is inherent in the human condition.
By any reasonable metric, social science has fallen abjectly behind "hard" science. In my view, this is because of the primacy of subjectivism and relativism in the humanities, but I'm certainly open to other explanations. I'm not opposed to space travel, even interstellar travel, which is almost entirely wishful thinking by the innumerate, I just think we should put our own house in order before we trash our neighbour's place.
And his password on a small Post-it note stuck to the bottom of his keyboard.
Why is Windows monoculture bad and Google monoculture good?
Monoculture is monoculture.
I agree with your comments completely.
One minor point of disagreement. I'm a fan of the pre-emptive reboot at specific intervals, whether the interval be 30 days, 60 days, or 90 days is up to you. In the past, I've found the pre-emptive reboot will trigger hidden system problems, but at a time when you're actually ready for them, rather than at a time when they happen spontaneously ( 2:30 in the morning ).
In poor taste? Absolutely.
Nevertheless amusing? Absolutely.
Air pollution is really making us pay through the nose.