Isn't this the premise of I Am Legend? Where was this experiment conducted again? I'll make sure to avoid that route next time I drive through...
I don't think you're getting what I'm saying. See http://www.chucknorrisfacts.com/chuck-norris-favorite-facts Basically Chuck Norris is the best at anything.
If Chuck Norris were a programmer, he would always write perfect code, and therefore would never need to delete anything. Furthermore, lesser code deletes itself in the presence of his code. If Chuck Norris were a programmer, specifications would change to suit *his* code! I could go on and on...
Man I really cringe listening to horror stories on AT&T and Verizon. I have Tmobile with an n900 and android running froyo for the wife. Couldn't be happier. Our unlimited data plans are $10 for me and $25 for her (Tmobile knows which IMEI numbers belong to their Tmobile branded android phones, so they charge more for their smartphone plan on those). Tethering is easy. The unlimited plan itself does get throttled after a certain amount of bandwidth. I've only exceeded that once and I had definitely downloaded more than 2GB before it was throttled. But even then I didn't notice the throttling, my xfer speeds through sftp stayed constant.
Consequently I will not be purchasing a Thinkpad Edge. I've had to reboot a redhat machine repeatedly with the magic sysreq keys lately. Just throwing this useful key away is a mistake. I don't understand what it benefits them anyway, since it's just some extra silkscreen on an existing button that does see use and another scan code in their hardware.
I've used Streber [streber-pm.org] with success at previous positions for software dev management. It's open source, ajaxy, and supports a nice granularity of task views depending on milestone driven organization or task priorities. It's integrated with wiki and has a homegrown version control system for file attachments (which I could care less about). There may be integration with subversion now, I have not updated it in a while. The biggest complaint I see people mentioning so far is a lack of a Gantt chart, that's a design choice by the primary developer. One other thing is that the pace of development can be quite slow, since there are few developers on board (or at least there were). However, reading what I'm seeing here, I will have to give opengoo a shot.
FYI for anybody that might be trying to authenticate themselves through University of California, it seems Microsoft's Shibboleth client is not interfacing well with the schools.