Dumb IT hiring practices (May 22, 2003, 0) - Andy Sy posted this to the email@example.com mailing list:
‘Dumb IT hiring practices’
I’ve seen the situation described in this article oh-so-often
in real life.
‘The Reality/Salary Scale’
This situation described is surreal but I believe is what
really happens in the real world. Seems like the tradeoff of
having a high salary is you don’t get to do anything of
lazyweb – many eyes make features shallow (March 21, 2003, 0) - “If you wait long enough, someone will write/build/design what you were thinking about.” http://iawiki.net/LazyWeb
How did I get there?
Google:RSS+blog+etiquette (such a strange query!) led me to http://www.openp2p.com/pub/a/p2p/2003/01/07/lazyweb.html, which links to http://www.blackbeltjones.com/work/mt/archives/000190.html, which wasn’t very useful. Google:lazyweb got me http://www.lazyweb.org, though, which seemed to be the definitive resource, except it’s somewhat broken and it looks like a
Sharing Google Docs: One link to edit, one link to view (December 30, 2013, 0) - Lots of people posted tips in the Google Helpouts Discuss community, but the tips were getting lost in the stream of messages. I decided to pull out the tips, rewrite them for clarity, and organize them by topic. I didn’t want to be the keeper of the document, though – no sense in my being
Web 2.0 and entrepreneurship (May 24, 2006, 0) - From the Kagay-anon Linux Users’ Group mailing list:
sa mga hilig ug web/2
one page lang na guide; gamit kaayo..
sa mga hackers ug novell fans
The first link is a quick guide to typical Web 2.0 interface stuff.
http://msippey.tadalist.com/lists/public/155420 is an even shorter list. ;)
(Heh. Also read http://blog.unitedheroes.net/archives/p/2051/ )
I read KLUG every so often even though I can’t understand
python web solutions (March 25, 2003, 0) - firstname.lastname@example.org, Andy Sy: