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By: chrisyeh http://blog.figuringshitout.com/?p=1118&cpage=1#comment-9346 Sun, 26 Dec 2010 15:27:00 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1118#comment-9346 You can avoid drinking the Valley Kool-Aid as long as you maintain friendships with people who are 1) outside the Valley, and 2) not in the high-tech industry. It’s too easy to dismiss your parents as being out of touch; harder to do so with a peer.

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By: Quora http://blog.figuringshitout.com/?p=1118&cpage=1#comment-9341 Sat, 11 Dec 2010 02:50:03 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1118#comment-9341 Are you reluctant to move to California despite it making all kinds of sense? Why?…

Here are some of the reasons why I’m reluctant to move. 1. Family pull & local attachment. 2. SV is a cultural singularity, a reality-distortion bubble. I’m wary of losing touch with the normal world. http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/the-silicon-valley-…

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By: Rodger http://blog.figuringshitout.com/?p=1118&cpage=1#comment-9314 Tue, 09 Nov 2010 02:53:00 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1118#comment-9314 I just did my own rant on a similar topic.

Why Is Your Software Such Crap??!!!
http://rodgersnotes.wordpress.com/2010/11/06/why-is-your-software-such-crap/

I say, software is supposed to serve us. We are not supposed to serve the software.

Another variation are managers who use MS Project and expect that everything will go perfectly. When in reality software projects usually have lots of surprise factor. Especially when everyone skips the analysis, and design phases and just charges ahead coding.

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By: Guest http://blog.figuringshitout.com/?p=1118&cpage=1#comment-9005 Wed, 15 Sep 2010 23:05:16 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1118#comment-9005 Or a variation: software is designed to fit the behavior of the designer(s), not the behavior of people everywhere else in the world.

Thus, gmail.

Sometimes useful, sometimes annoying.

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