Is the Windows user ready for apt-get? - Scott Hanselman
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Works and Days » The Fragility of Complex Societies
The recent events in Japan have really made me stop and think…
Build a man a fire, and he’ll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he’ll be warm for the rest of his life.
I’ll tell you who doesn’t like cleavage….Al Qaeda!
If I’d played around with every piece of technology I should be using whether I felt like it or not, I’d never have got anywhere. Maybe I’d have ended up writing half of an AbstractHTMLScrapingWrapperFactory and then lost my will to live.
Until anyone with an R by his or her name shows any inclination to cut back on defense spending, war making, and the stockpiling of Executive Power, let alone getting the hell out of whole swaths of private peaceable transactions between consenting humans, the most enthusiasm you’ll get from me is seeing politicians and parties get fired, while their captive customers increasingly defect from their tired, predatory bullshit.