“It assumes that more code in the world is an inherently desirable thing. In my thirty year career as a programmer, I have found this not to be the case. Should you learn to write code? No, I can’t get behind that. You should be learning to write as little code as possible. Ideally none.” “Before you go rushing out to learn to code, figure out what your problem actually is. Do you even have a problem?”
“When you’re operating on someone else’s network…”
“I am afraid to even ask this, but since when is unemployment really a problem? I understand we all want paychecks — or at least money… But do we all really want jobs? “
so concise, wow.
How can we be creeped out by the increasing invasiveness of security cameras yet simultaneously be drawn to any opportunity to share the most intimate facts about ourselves with the world at large?
get back in the box excerpts/ideas