If you can't seem to find your glasses,
it's probably because you don't have them on.
|#3939||Drew's Law of Highway Biology:|
The first bug to hit a clean windshield lands directly in front
of your eyes.
A substance that, injected into a rat, produces a scientific paper.
Opportunity always knocks at the least opportune moment.
If you view your problem closely enough you will recognize
yourself as part of the problem.
What one expects from others.
-- Oscar Wilde
Any code of your own that you haven't looked at for six or more
months, might as well have been written by someone else. (Eagleson
is an optimist, the real number is more like three weeks.)
Economics is the study of the value and meaning of J.K. Galbraith.
-- Mike Harding, "The Armchair Anarchist's Almanac"
|#3945||Economies of scale:|
The notion that bigger is better. In particular, that if you want
a certain amount of computer power, it is much better to buy one
biggie than a bunch of smallies. Accepted as an article of faith
by people who love big machines and all that complexity. Rejected
as an article of faith by those who love small machines and all
Someone who's good with figures, but doesn't have enough
personality to become an accountant.
Doing the New York Times crossword puzzle with a pen.
A person of low taste, more interested in himself than me.
-- Ambrose Bierce, "The Devil's Dictionary"
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