|Udall's Fourth Law||n|
Any change or reform you make is going to have consequences you
|Uncle Ed's |
Rule of Thumb
Never use your thumb for a rule.
You'll either hit it with a hammer or get a splinter in it.
|Underlying Principle |
Superiority is recessive.
To reach a point, in your investigation of some subject, at which
you cease to examine what is really present, and operate on the
basis of your own internal model instead.
Selling cheaper than we do.
A dues-paying club workers wield to strike management.
|The United |
194 years of proud service, unhampered by progress.
Like a software house, except the software's free, and it's usable,
and it works, and if it breaks they'll quickly tell you how to fix
it, and ...
A computer operating system, once thought to be flabby and
impotent, that now shows a surprising interest in making off
with the workstation harem.
If it happens, it must be possible.
What you left out on April 15th.
Opposite of you're out.
A programmer who will believe anything you tell him.
The word computer professionals use when they mean "idiot."
-- Dave Barry, "Claw Your Way to the Top"
[I always thought "computer professional" was the phrase hackers used
when they meant "idiot." Ed.]
(2)Someone who manipulates others.
Infinite Improbability Drive
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