It always makes me giggle whenever this "tech" site publishes a review of something static and made of dead trees.
You know, perl programmers never say anything quite as inane as this.
But seriously, keep the spelling nazi stuff to yourself.
Yeah, that stuff is for loosers.
We never had any of that back in the good old days.
I've been vaccinated against global warming, so I'm good.
But that causes autism!
Any day now, you're going to find yourself making really stupid comments on slashdot.
You can't expect to have a clue about what's going on in the
United States if you don't follow the British press. (Here in
the Land of the Free, we've got the best media that money can
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You know it could be they flopped because it was hard to find people stupid enough to go for it, even on the internet.
Right you are, for all 16 years.
Many entrepreneurs wait too long before calling in a business person to watch over the financial aspects and business goals of the company.
There are many companies that are killed by the opposite process: they bring in Responsible Management that's supposed to tell the techies how to do biz stuff right, and in turns out that the Responsible Management essentially looks at the start-up as a stock scam, they want a flashy IPO so they can turn it and burn it and cash out fast.
Venture Capital often seems like a really lousy deal, they're never interested in slow steady growth, or long term prospects, or anything like that.
If you'd like to actually know something about string theory, I suggest watching some of Leonard Susskind's lectures:
You will then be in the position of being able to intelligently criticize the theory, instead of quoting other people's jibes.
Susskind is not interested in bullshitting anyone, by the way... quoting from memory: "This is why a lot of us found string theory to be so promising. And it keeps promising and promising."
X11 is doing all things bad.
But that is the price of Freedom!
Note that I did not close by saying "what are you, some kind of Nazi?" (going for the true meta-Godwin).
Private debt drives the economy. And yet economists have convinced themselves and us that we can safely ignore the role of banks debt and money. This situation is absolutely insane.
You appear to have convinced yourself you can completely ignore those "economists" and figure out what they think via telepathy.
Personal opinon: on economics, you're better off reading Krugman than slashdot.
"Trust me. I know what I'm doing." -- Sledge Hammer