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"In the online world… there is one consumer of the software: you. The users are consumers of the service built atop the software." —Theo Schlossnagle
"In the online world… there is one consumer of the software: you. The users are consumers of the service built atop the software." —Theo Schlossnagle
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8 minutes ago by noahsussman
News.ycombinator.com: netcan's comment on Scientists who make apps addictive
The development of online software over the last 10-15 years is a case study in feedback loops. It really has flipped the paradigm. For lotus notes, success is when a user makes the software do what she wants, like sending an email. In the modern equivalent, the software (designer) succeeds, when the user does what the software wants, like sending an email.
behavior  psychology  development  programming  internet  forum-posts  hackernews  netcritique  quotes 
17 minutes ago by mikael
Ninety-ninety rule - Wikipedia
The first 90 percent of the code accounts for the first 90 percent of the development time. The remaining 10 percent of the code accounts for the other 90 percent of the development time.[1]

— Tom Cargill, Bell Labs
quotes  programming 
1 hour ago by jasonfrancis
This Is All Donald Trump Has Left
“President Donald Trump often stands near a helicopter on the White House’s South Lawn while reporters shout questions at him. Certain elements of this ritual are the same every time. The wheedling honk of Trump’s voice and the uneasy tilt of his standing-on-a-hoverboard-for-the-first-time posture are constants, as is his customary air of triumphal huffiness. The whining white noise wash from the helicopter bends everything in the same strange direction, with everyone involved only kind of getting maybe three-quarters of what everyone else is saying. The questions change and the answers mostly don’t. It’s never a conversation, although it unfolds roughly along those lines. “
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5 hours ago by paulgreer
Dan Kaminsky on Twitter: "I'm increasingly thinking that every functioning system has two forms: The abstraction that outsiders are led to believe, and the reality that insiders actually and carefully operate. You don't incrementally learn a system. You e
Dan Kaminsky
@dakami

I'm increasingly thinking that every functioning system has two forms: The abstraction that outsiders are led to believe, and the reality that insiders actually and carefully operate.

You don't incrementally learn a system. You eventually unlearn its necessary lies.

5:50 PM - 16 Jan 2018
quotes  twitter  systems.theory  systems.management 
21 hours ago by po
Becoming Exemplary Latter-day Saints - By President Russell M. Nelson
I promise that as you diligently work to remodel your home into a center of gospel learning, over time your Sabbath days will truly be a delight. Your children will be excited to learn and to live the Savior’s teachings, and the influence of the adversary in your life and in your home will decrease. Changes in your family will be dramatic and sustaining.
quotes  RussellMNelson 
yesterday by jasonfrancis
Magnify Your Calling - Gordon B. Hinckley
For the purposes of this meeting, I should like to suggest another pledge for every man and boy assembled in this great gathering wherever you may be: “On my honor I will do my best to magnify the priesthood of God which has been conferred upon me.”
quotes  GordonBHinckley 
yesterday by jasonfrancis
On War - Wikipedia
"war" belongs fundamentally to the social realm, rather than the realms of art or science
"strategy" belongs primarily to the realm of art
"tactics" belongs primarily to the realm of science
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2 days ago by prrd
J.K. Rowling Roasts Sarah Huckabee Sanders With George Orwell '1984' Quote | HuffPost Canada
The "Harry Potter" author got literary with her latest burn for the Trump administration.
J.K. Rowling went full 1984 to bash White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and President Donald Trump’s administration on Thursday.
The Harry Potter author tweeted a sentence from George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel after Sanders circulated a doctored video that she falsely claimed showed CNN reporter Jim Acosta manhandling an intern during a fiery press conference exchange with Trump.
“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed—if all records told the same tale—then the lie passed into history and became truth,” Rowling wrote, referencing Orwell’s tale about a society controlled by a lurking totalitarian dictator.
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2 days ago by rgl7194
Now Is the Time - By Elder Jack N. Gerard
As we step back from the world and assess our lives, now is the time to consider what changes we need to make. We can take great hope in knowing that our Exemplar, Jesus Christ, has once again led the way. Prior to His death and Resurrection, as He was laboring to help those around Him understand His divine role, He reminded them “that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world” (John 16:33).
quotes  JackNGerard 
3 days ago by jasonfrancis
Thomas Edison - Wikiquote
Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.
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3 days ago by yencarnacion
Schlieffen Plan - Wikipedia
Delbrück wrote that Frederick the Great had used Ermattungsstrategie during the Seven Years' War (1754/56–1763) because eighteenth century armies were small and made up of professionals and pressed men. The professionals were hard to replace and the conscripts would run away if the army tried to live off the land, operate in close country or pursue a defeated enemy, in the manner of the armies of the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars. Dynastic armies were tied to magazines for supply, which made them incapable of fulfilling a strategy of annihilation.[7] Delbrück analysed the alliance system that had developed since the 1890s, the Boer War (11 October 1899 – 31 May 1902) and the Russo-Japanese War (8 February 1904 – 5 September 1905) and concluded that the rival forces were too well-balanced for a quick war. The growth in the size of armies made a swift victory unlikely and British intervention would add a naval blockade to the rigours of an indecisive land war. Germany would face a war of attrition, similar to the view Delbrück had formed of the Seven Years' War. By the 1890s, the Strategiestreit had entered public discourse, when strategists like the two Moltkes, also doubted the possibility of a quick victory in a European war. The German army was forced to examine its assumptions about war because of a dissenting view and some writers moved closer to Delbrück's position. The debate provided the German army with a fairly familiar alternative to Vernichtungsstrategie, after the opening campaigns of 1914.[9]
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3 days ago by prrd
Notes on Prejudice | by Isaiah Berlin
Few things have done more harm than the belief on the part of individuals or groups (or tribes or states or nations or churches) that he or she or they are in sole possession of the truth: especially about how to live, what to be & do—& that those who differ from them are not merely mistaken, but wicked or mad: & need restraining or suppressing. It is a terrible and dangerous arrogance to believe that you alone are right: have a magical eye which sees the truth: & that others cannot be right if they disagree.
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3 days ago by amaah
Programming Quotes · GitHub
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3 days ago by fmjrey
5 Quotes That Teach You Everything You Need To Know About Leadership Storytelling
2. “Logic makes you think. Emotion makes you act.” -Alan Weiss, author of Million Dollar Consulting
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