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observations for 2006-02-24

James Robertson:

Here’s the dirty secret that most developers – and most assuredly, most development managers – don’t want to have to admit: Most of the problems they are confronted with just aren’t that complicated.

Apparently my tube station is now an oxygen bottle. And I get off at the Glory of the Sieve for work.

Via Stattin.

observations for 2006-02-23

Dave Walker:

You have IE for Windows, and I have find, grep, xargs, sed, and rm. It’s like bringing a knife to a gunfight, kid.

observations for 2006-02-21

Hilarious exchange between Cory Doctorow and a “lawer”.

Do you really feel that my spelling ability has any thing to do with slander ?

Yay, the syndication wars are back, only now it’s a civil war in the RSS camp. The Atom crowd is quietly triumphant. Me, I’m popping popcorn, cracking open a brew and settling in for some smackdown!!

observations for 2006-02-20

Isobel:

I hela mitt liv har jag sett till att hålla mig väl med it-supporten. När en it-supportperson hjälper dig extra, ge honom eller henne en flaska rött. Genom denna metod, samt ett inte oävet användade av förnedrande könstaktiker som att lägga huvudet på sned och se söt och lite korkad ut (nej, ni behöver inte säga att det ligger för mig, jag vet det så väl) har jag alltid klarat sånt här utan att egentligen behöva förstå något.

observations for 2006-02-18

Dave Walker:

Syndication politics are every bit as twisted as any soap opera you’ll see on daytime television. Only without the sex. And with a bunch of bearded fat guys in place of the pretty models.

observations for 2006-02-17

Russ:

New mobile services are centered squarely at the MySpace culture and demographic… if I don’t grok them, I may not grok the future of mobility.

observations for 2006-02-15

Dave Winer:

For $100K I’d say nothing. Really. Two days of silence.

Let the bidding commence…

observations for 2006-02-07

Daniel Berninger:

Eliminating network neutrality means giving one participant in the value chain a tool to extract a greater share of revenues without delivering greater value.

James Robertson:

The question management needs to ask itself is the one that can’t be easily quantified: how many future sales are you willing to sacrifice in order to generate a few pennies in support?

Quote taken joyfully out of context.

observations for 2006-02-05

Marc Dominus:

If you say that your house is forty feet tall, you would be rightly annoyed to have G.H. Hardy to come and ridicule you for being unable to distinguish between the numbers 40 and 41.37.

Dennis Forbes:

Wikis aren’t just for encyclopedias, though. In situations where you need centralized information, with multiple contributors building the knowledge pool slowly as time permits, a wiki can be a tremendous asset. Whether it’s simply storing the development group coding standards, documenting and adapting as time passes, or the small corporation internal website where events and information is relayed, a wiki can be a boon.

Anders:

Mmm…, en smaklös gul puré utan vitaminer eller mineraler. Vem kan passa på något sånt. Först till kvarn!

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