And I made a penny! I mean, not profit, that's total revenue. Expenses are higher because of the domain name purchase, but literally all I did was throw up a single shitty web page with some adsense ads on it and made a post on Twitter with a brand new account. And I made a penny! The sky's the limit! Or not. Whatever. It would be nice to get my $10 back at some point though. Threw up a second page tonight and made a new Twitter post. Maybe I'll make 2 cents tomorrow so I can give someone a piece of my mind.
Quoted from Maren Kate Donovan, founder and former CEO of Zirtual. https://thehustle.co/maren-kate-donovan-zirtual
rake routes | grep 'brand' command at work today. Didn't bother to look it up, just typed it out and it worked. Boom! Finally, one piece of basic linux competency learned, and it only took me 14 years! Woo!
Received this feedback today: "Refactored your refactor cause there were some loop holes"(sic)
Ok, buddy. I haven't been told there were holes in my logic since my first semester programming class in college, but let's take a look at what you found. Looked it up and there weren't any holes in the logic, he just wanted the logic moved from the subclass into the base class. Got it, not sure why he didn't just say it that way. It's a reasonable refactor, but my logic was flawless the way it was.
Addendum: Was working on some code at work that's been in production for 3 years (I've been there less than 5 months) that was dropping records from a parsed file. No one noticed, no client complained, I just had to deal with it for an upgrade. Had to trace the logic out and found out that the logic was bad. You want to complain about my logic? Noted.
No thanks, Wired
, I'll keep my privacy to myself. Please stop shilling for billion dollar companies. I know that's how it works, but I hope they at least paid you to advertise their product. I suspect they didn't, though, and you're relying on using their name to pull in readers you can advertise other shit to.
When discussing losing weight on a podcast I listen to, Shop Talk
, one of the co-hosts mentioned that people generally recommend a food log, and the other responded: "My whole life is dumb little tasks like this, like I need one more." If that doesn't describe my whole life I don't know what does. That's the stuff I need to find and automate instead of piling more on.
A friend of mine started a private facebook group for personal finance discussions, with the caveat that the group isn't to be used for marketing products, "business opportunities" (i.e. MLM), data mining, or recruiting. Heh, no data mining? I'm not sure you understand how facebook works. I know it's not what she meant, but it made me laugh. I joined the group anyway.
Just saw this "article" from Bloomberg pop into my news feed on Google Now:
We Know Where All The Money Is Hiding
Let me save you the click: this Bloomberg staff writer (I assume) is asserting that retirees are hoarding all the money to get the economy moving because they are spending 8% less than they can comfortably afford. Um, no. If you think that 8% means anything when put against the massive wealth redistribution from the middle class to the upper class over the last 40 years you're either naive or colluding.
This argument is the bullshit designed by the wealthy to keep everyone lower than them on the economic ladder fighting among each other over the scraps leftover from the wealth grab so that they don't realize where the money actually went. Fuck you for pushing this false narrative and fuck you for trying to make retirees look bad. Most of those people are on inadequate fixed incomes until they die and they have no idea how long that will be so they need to stretch their savings out for an indefinite length of time.
Literally the only leg your argument has to stand on its that *some* of the retirees are obscenely wealthy and they fit into the group that's actually crippling middle class growth, but you've segmented poorly which makes your argument lose credibility to anyone that's even glanced at this issue.