(Source: lucy-in-the-tardis-at-221b, via disintegrant-deactivated2013031)
Here are the general arguments:
* It needs to be switched on, to get something done.
* There’s so much data that isn’t used.
* Solves others’ problems, but can’t fix it’s own.
* After using for a while, you want to go for a new one.
* Only the creator knows how the thing works.
* The language used can’t be understood by anyone else.
* Even the slightest thing is saved in memory for a long time, for later use.
* Once purchased, monthly maintenance costs half the salary.
So what do you think?
Java founder joins Google? -
There’s no question mark at the end of the title. He actually is. And it’s been almost a month since James Gosling decided it. But you never see these coming huh?
It’s all in your eyes.
Great Energy saving ad.
It’s the reality that always kills me. Whenever I have a very short break from studies, I feel like the world is being a bitch to me. All I needed was a little longer break right? Hmm. Be careful what you wish for. I am currently at the end of a 2 week break and guess how I feel about myself. Down, disappointed, disgusted and frustrated. I guess it’s time I realized, too much of anything is good for nothing.
Apple apps controlled by 'the force' launched. -
So we all at some point fantasized about using ‘the force’ to make things happen. The results of the use of this metal power will no longer be imaginary with this innovation. Great work. Fingers crossed for ligthsabers that can cut.
Ha ha. If this doesn't help I don't know what else will!
The life of an engineering student. Where ever you are, what ever you specialize in, this is the life you will get if you want to be an engineer.