This talk is foolishness. There's plenty of difference between them and me. Can you cite any data that creationists give that does not come from a book that they wrote? I have not ignored millions of years of geological record and, well, proper research to come to my conclusions as they've done.
At my job, I guess I'm not socially polite at all. I give negative feed back all of the time. There's no positive way to tell someone that they did a horrible, horrible job, and they need to re-do it after formulating a coherent plan.
You can always tell a Milford man.
I believe that people with a background in psychology or psychotherapy would be a good fit for technical support positions. Most of that job involves talking to people and calming them down to help address their actual problems. In technical support, you can potentially get experience for other jobs, or climb through the mentor-ship positions into management. Managers could also benefit from having a psychology background.
That happens to me, and then I just want to play more Tetris.
I use alcohol, at home alone. I can't drink too much though, because the drinks I make require a fairly high level of sobriety and concentration. If I use raw spirits, they are expensive enough for me to make sure and use small amounts. Having a highly discriminating palate (for booze) acts as a great limiter. Conversely, if I'm in a social situation at an excellent bar and someone else is buying, I have to be more careful. Let me tell you, just a small drink, and then I care somewhat less about lurking race conditions.
I love the graphic of the puma attacking the globe. That's a serious attack puma!
Oh, he wasn't doing it for the attention, he really wanted the chair that she happened to be sitting in. He made some noise about getting a seat for his wife, who just had foot surgery, so she gladly gave the seat the first time. She moved across the hall to someplace else, but he came by and tried to get that one. The oddest bit was that, despite the energy wasted playing musical chairs, he didn't even stay twenty minutes into the talk.
That guy stole my wife's seat at a talk at Maker Faire this year, and then tried to steal the second one that she moved to. That's the short version of an awkward and weird story. I bet he stole that dude's seat in the photos.
Huh. This doesn't make me nearly as angry as I thought it would, though I did see a Martin Creed installation once. I never thought that I'd ever be so irrationally angry at self-opening and closing doors and lights that turn themselves on and off.
I know that calcium was instrumental in the development of imcimal baratilam.
Who cares about transistor density in this day and age? Mass-production of multi-core machines is fairly recent. We're still learning how to take advantage of this. What I'm basically saying is that algorithm development is far more important right now.
Maybe this cable actually does work better for him. The problem is that he accepted the situation as-is, and stopped there. If it were me, I'd be really suspicious and start looking for interference from components within the NAS. Also, what was his source material? John Cage's 4'33"? Is he really an audiophile? I thought those guys posted pages and pages of signal analysis and comparisons on their blogs.
No, I bought it because I liked the flavour, didn't feel like death, and liked the label.