Advice to Students: When choosing a career, consider jobs where the idea of a vacation from it repulses you.
I had a funny feeling about David Moyes and Manchester United
My tweet from September of last year:
— Srikar Dhanakoti (@SrikarDR)
Needless to say that i’m extremely pleased to see David Moyes at Manchester United.
Image Credit: ManUnited.com
The day many young and old Manchester United fans were dreading has finally come to pass. The legendary reign of Sir Alex at Old Trafford is finally coming to an end and like all great people in history, he is stepping down while he is on top of his trade. I don’t know Sir Alex and I’ve never even come close to seeing him in real life, let alone meeting him and talking to him. And yet i feel like I’ve known him for so long, heck i wasn’t even born when he first took charge of the club.
Sir Alex has injected so much vision, personality, and care into the football club i love for so long, that I do feel like I knew him, even though I really didn’t. All i do know is that he is one of those rare individuals who inspired a lot of people to do some great things. The sheer longevity of the man in a highly competitive environment is beyond description. The record speaks for itself and he for me epitomizes the great Confucius quote “Find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
Long live Sir Alex and thank you for knocking Liverpool F.C. off their perch.
A heart-breaking piece on the Boston Marathon tragedy. No human being deserves this kind of trauma. My heart goes out to the victims and their families and i wish speedy recovery to those injured.
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The Word ‘Focus’ is absent from Samsung’s lexicon
Samsung Android Screen Sizes:
10.1— Derek Kessler (@dkdsgn) April 11, 2013
That is a ridiculous line-up. Too much choice makes for a crappier shopping experience for consumers. Just ask PC makers like Dell and HP.
Remove all the space within the atoms making up the human body, and every person that’s ever lived would fit inside a baseball.
Google knew what it was doing when it made and marketed Android as an “open” system. It surely anticipated forks by handset makers as a manageable risk as long as Google kept advancing the system. But I wonder if it expected something like Facebook Home: an inside-out heist, made by a company after the same exact user data and advertisers Google is after.
Maybe I’m missing the point, but Facebook Home just seems like a layer between you and the stuff you want to do on your phone……although that’s what Facebook wants, I’m not so sure that’s what customers want.
This is the best take i’ve read on the ‘Facebook Home’ so far. I think it is a genius move on Facebook’s part to pull off such a thing on rival’s “OPEN” platform. It is just too early to call this a success or a failure. I’m just happy to see the dilution of Google’s vision of Android. Andy Rubin’s ouster from the Android team is now starting to make a bit more sense.
We don’t see unidentified flying objects anymore because we never look up from our phones.