Waiting for …
1) npm to do basically anything
2) grunt’s apis to make sense
3) github to work over VPN
4) jenkins configuration to load
5) someone who is away on IM
6) slackbot to stop sassing me
7) twitter cross from noise into signal
8) ello to save me from facebook
9) the weekend so I can stop looking at screens
10) all of the above
You have to do it, and often, even if it makes you bleed a little.
I just got off the phone with a ‘public opinion survey’. Interestingly, most of the survey went like this:
“Would you be more or less likely to vote for <DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE> if you knew <SOME THING THE DEMOCRAT DID, EXPLAINED IN A NEGATIVE WAY>?”.
“Would you be more or less likely to vote for <REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE> if you knew <SOME THING THE REPUBLICAN DID, EXPLAINED IN A POSITIVE WAY>?”.
Wow. So much for getting public opinion. I’m not pointing a finger here, because maybe Dems are doing something equally shady. This does help to lower my overall view of honesty in the political process. Which was already pretty dang low.
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