Art History != Art.
Yes, but I took mostly drawing, painting, printmaking and design classes, only two classes in art history.
My degree was in Art History because it required the fewest credits.
90% of the time my work was being "critiqued" I could give a completely ridiculous explanation and it would be more acceptable than a well thought-out answer from the analytical side of my mind.
Sure, but you have to learn to have a civil conversation with people that spout complete bullshit while critiquing your work.
I couldn't count the number of times I've had to listen to an engineer or manager barf up some complete crap while arguing their position.
There's no less bullshit in software 'engineering' than in Art
I dropped Art in my junior year because it was TOO HARD.
Physics was way easier... read the book, take the test, done.
Art required creativity, research, brainstorming, craftsmanship, and a tough skin (because your work gets critiqued).
Today I'm a software engineer.
Everything useful I learned in college I learned in art class.
One of the reasons, "Windows 9" could be detected by some soft as "Windows 95" or "Windows 98" to be safe they skip the 9 and jumps to 10.
I think MS made up that excuse. The real reason is that it's way too fun to shout Windows! Nine! while clicking your boot heels together.
For one, alcohol disrupts your sleep and good sleep is extremely important.
Sex is beneficial but only in the context of a healthy relationship.
Please don't try to simply mask your symptoms, see a doctor and get proper meds for the short term and therapy for the long term.
Atheists need to understand this, and I would like to see atheist 'churches' that fulfill this important human need.
Sun really screwed up by failing to adopt OSGi for Java's module system.
When I think of the best technologies available to the average Java developer like myself I rank the JVM first and OSGi second.
With setup boxes now set to become ubiquitous, I want a box that integrates some OSGi-like framework that will enable me to integrate all the devices in my house.
In this case, the only people with rootkits installed on their machines will be the law abiding citizens.
PS: I assume they'll also make it illegal to remove a rootkit, so people that just care about their privacy instantly become criminals too.
Some rules that remove the responsibility for responsible decision making from our so-called leaders would be a good thing.
1) Gave me the motivation to finish school and keep looking for a better job.
2) Eventually helped me get a job because potential employers saw that I had good work ethic and knew how to show up and work every day.
3) Paid the bills.
I wouldn't hire someone that sat on their ass after getting out of school.