OCD might help. Virginity too.
OCD might help. Virginity too.
I believe your sentence is precisely three words too long.
Watching videos of the 2nd 911 plane crash into the WTC
over and over and over,
slow motion, up close
seems to have reduced people's capacity for critical thinking to this day.
Suddenly the most paranoid person in any given room was considered a national security expert.
These videos seem to perform the same way.
I refuse to watch them for the same reason I refuse to watch snuff films.
But I know people who watch them with ghoulish fascination.
Back up in Costa Rica.
Heard the 'Bay was hosting some of SONY's recently stolen materials.
I suspect SONY is trying to recover from THE hack.
They redefined the word "free" to avoid confusion?
... HR departments began advertising for programmers with 3+ years of Swift programming experience.
Was Daniel Ellsberg a SPY when he published the Pentagon Papers?
Does 'spy' mean 'embarrassing to the government'?
Management: IT is expensive - we can save money by OUTsourcing.
5 years later...
Management: IT is expensive - we can save money by INsourcing.
5 years later, Go to line 1
Those of us who've been in IT for a while have seen this cycle through a few times.
After much reflection, I conclude that there is no such thing as competent management.
Believers are certainly well represented on death row.
Does the study say anything about believers in Zeus? How is their mental health?
I had a monster job, did great, burned out, crashed, smoldered, collected unemployment, regrew, retooled, thrived, got the monster job, did great, burned out, crashed, smoldered,
Larger, rinse, repeat.
Where do I get off the dharma wheel?
This must be the next big killer application.
And it only plays this one first person shooter game.
Tens of Millions of US dollars changed hands on Intrade when Obama was re-elected.
Seems that the many people in the "Fox Information Containment Bubble" thought is they would triple their money. The Obama supporters (and anyone who read 538) realized a 50% return on investment.
OMFG. BRAIN HURTS.
Wish I had gotten in on it in time. It's like a tax on stupid people.
I will pay an extra $500+
for a well-designed & configured machine.
For a robust, stable OS.
For cheap OS upgrades.
For useful free apps - pages, numbers, etc.
For standards compliance.
For better than average HW, w/ excellent, reliable support.
For a good OBE.
For drivers that work the first time.
For a decent user interface.
For free, professional, in person help in every major city in the world.
For not wasting 200 hrs on configuration.
For a good API & Xcode.
For a useful command-line.
For smart standards & consistently.
For fighting entropy.
For letting me get stuff done quickly.
For a free HW swap within warranty.
For useful online documentation.
For a ridiculous resale value.
For BSD / Unix.
For superior security.
"How can anyone govern a nation that has two hundred and forty-six different kinds of cheese?"
-- Charles De Gaulle
IQ, sure, yes.
How about Emotional intelligence? Sexual intelligence? Creative intelligence? Kinesthetic intelligence? Sensorial intelligence? Spiritual intelligence.
I suspect MJ has a positive impact on all of these. Would you rather be Bobby Fischer or Richard Feynman? The smartest guy in jail is
Becoming the first Type A in your class to heart attack is no badge of honor. Leave that for another.
Light up, now.
Intel CPUs are not defective, they just act that way. -- Henry Spencer