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Comment armbands? (Score 3, Funny) 837

You might want to float the idea of having armbands. They're unobtrusive, sharp, and have been shown in the past to foster a sense of shared identity.

Might want to give a little thought to putting a logo of some sort on it too...maybe one of those Indian good luck symbols...you know, something simple that looks good in black and white.

Enlightenment

Submission + - 19 Ways to Know The Job Interview is Over

Esther Schindler writes: "There's a moment when you know that, however hard you worked to get to this interview for a programming job or contract, the rest of the meeting is a waste of time. Here's 19 real-world examples of the moment when suspicion that "this isn't a fit" reaches certainty. It's for both the interviewer ("When the interviewee explains that a non-functional requirement is a situation where the software is not working and he needs help to fix the issue") and the candidate ("After discussing techniques for rolling over SharePoint servers to maintain high availability, the interviewer prompts, 'Say something technical.'")."
Games

Submission + - Jeff Minter programs 'procedual pubic hair' (gameplayer.com.au)

SlappingOysters writes: "Gameplayer are reporting that eccentric English programmer Jeff Minter has created next-gen pubic hair for the Xbox 360. "I appear to have accidentally created procedural pubic hair. I was working on adding some control parameters to a shader that I intended to use for making nice-looking star maps and nebulae, when suddenly the screen was filled with pubes!""
Space

Submission + - For Better or Worse, Sex in Space Is Inevitable

JATMON writes: Space.com is reporting that "For Better or Worse, Sex in Space Is Inevitable"

Weddings in space could be right around the corner, and experts figure the inevitable cosmic consummation will be just around the next corner.

The Japanese firm First Advantage and the U.S.-based private spaceflight firm Rocketplane Global, Inc., announced last week they will host weddings in space for about $2.3 million (240 million yen) apiece.

For all we know, sex in space has already taken place. But NASA officials aren't talking about that much.

"We don't study sexuality in space, and we don't have any studies ongoing with that," said NASA spokesman Bill Jeffs of the Johnson Space Center in Houston. "If that's your specific topic, there's nothing to discuss," he added, referring to "sex in space."

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