Monday, June 16, 2008

"Carnival" of Misandry

I often receive many interesting tips and links from readers on male bashing and abuse but I can't post on all of them since I would be here 24/7 to do so and would need a huge staff! I have been reading Kathleen Parker's Save the Males: Why Men Matter Why Women Should Care for an upcoming podcast and thought this carnival seemed fitting in light of her research. Here are a few highlights that readers have found that I wanted to share with you:

Reader Jay emails in this news story from Denver on a woman who has been accused of stabbing people over the course of 21 years:

A woman suspected of stabbing a man to death this week has a 21-year history of threatening people with knives and was twice charged with attempted murder for stabbing her husband.

Audrey Eve Cahow, 51, was arrested Thursday for investigation of the first-degree in the death of Anthony Martinez, 62, Denver police spokesman John White said.

Investigators believe Cahow and Martinez were arguing when Cahow stabbed him. Martinez died of a single stab wound to the chest and heart.

In 1987, Cahow was charged with attempted murder for stabbing her husband, Paul Vaughn, who was then 62. She pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and sentenced to two years' probation.

Three years later, police said she admitted stabbing Vaughn five times after he pointed his finger in her face. She again pleaded guilty to assault and was sentenced to six years of intensive probation.

Yep, pointing that finger in her face justified her husband getting stabbed and of course, a two year probation and then six whole years of probation really taught her a lesson, so much so that she went on to kill a subsequent husband. Kudos to our legal system and their "egalitarian" approach to domestic violence.

Another reader sends in this story from The Wall Street Journal. It seems that men's computer coding is inferior to women's coding and must be replaced:

We all know men hate to ask for directions. Apparently they loathe putting directions in computer code, too.

Emma McGrattan, the senior vice-president of engineering for computer-database company Ingres–and one of Silicon Valley’s highest-ranking female programmers–insists that men and women write code differently. Women are more touchy-feely and considerate of those who will use the code later, she says. They’ll intersperse their code–those strings of instructions that result in nifty applications and programs–with helpful comments and directions, explaining why they wrote the lines the way they did and exactly how they did it.....

There’s a big need to fix testosterone-fueled code at Ingres because only about 20% of the engineers are women, McGrattan says. (Most of them are in jobs involving quality assurance or adapting the product to a new locale, she says, and not the “heavy lifting” of writing code.) She’s on a mission to get more women interested in computer-programming careers. But “it’s proving very challenging,” she says.

Women good, men bad...even their coding is proof of that!

Reader Eric writes in to point out that Glamour magazine patronizes men in their posts about Mother's Day and Father's Day. "These posts," Eric states "have become opportunities to fix what's wrong with men." The writer, Rebecca Roberts, states in a post entitled "Father's Day Wishes":

On Mothers' Day, I wrote that I believe the responsibility of raising boys to respect women is as important as raising girls to respect themselves. This Fathers' Day, I've been thinking about fathers and daughters, and the responsibility fathers have to raise unapologetically ambitious, fearless girls.

In addition to being patronizing, it seems to me that the Glamour writer has no clue that on Father's Day, men actually have sons as well as daughters but everything is about what is "best" for girls and women-- boys and men are simply objects whose sole purpose is to help girls become the President of the US or learn to respect themselves.

And finally, guys, beware, you might be punished severely for being thoughtless enough not to call your date back (Hat tip: Chris):

A college student who branded a date's body with a scalding piece of metal as payback for never calling her after they had sex was sentenced to five years in prison Friday.

Kristina Caban, 23, had no comment as state Supreme Court Justice Michael Obus sentenced her for what he called a crime that was "not remotely justifiable."

Assistant District Attorney Nicole Blumberg told Obus that Caban was the "mastermind behind the plan" to sear the torso of Samir "Sammy" Sara, then 23, for having sex with her once in 2004 and never calling her again.

At least the Supreme Court Justice had some sense and gave her jail time.

When women and the media go on about how sexist and abusive men are, I wonder if they overlooked these stories? Of course, they will say that these "tales" are an aberration but if my inbox is any indication, this could not be further from the truth.

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Blogger gs said...

More from McGrattan here and here.

Being pressed for time, I can't articulate my reaction civilly. But wow.

5:55 PM, June 16, 2008  
Blogger Trust said...

I remember one day when I was a child, my sister, who was probably 10 at the time, came home all giddy over what she learned at school. The reason boys are more violent, less mature, and less intelligent than girls, she was taught, was because "girls are pure and boys are hybrid."

7:03 PM, June 16, 2008  
Blogger TJIC said...

From the article:

Caban's lawyer ... "She's a good kid, despite the picture painted of her..."

The "picture painted of her".

Because, you know, who's to say what's real...and isn't it all really about how the story is framed?

8:22 PM, June 16, 2008  
Blogger jayemarr said...

As someone who has worked (and occasionally still does work) as a programmer, I can tell you the amount of comments in a piece of code is often a function of how big a hurry the person was in when they wrote it. Could it be that women are under less pressure to perform because of decreased expectations, or the fear of putting pressure on them because they might complain about it?

I think these women should be happy they have time to take their time writing code. I often do not.

11:15 PM, June 16, 2008  
Blogger Ken Mitchell said...

Stolen from a SlashDot sig line: "Comment my code? Why do you think they call it CODE!?!"

Comments in programming code are useful because they help the next programmer figure out what you were thinking when you wrote the code. For me, commenting my code helps me REMEMBER what I was thinking when _I_ wrote it.

So the difference is clear; men are flying solo, while women are part of a "team". But cooperative coding inevitably takes more time, and costs the solo programmer his/her sense of "focus".

12:04 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Yamantaka said...

Dr H, I often wonder how blatant the double-standards have to be before more people will notice them.

12:04 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Ed said...

Proper commenting, indentation, and logical variable and function names are all part of good programming practice. However, if the indentation and logical names are done correctly, often the commenting becomes unnecessary. The functions should have some very short comment describing what they are doing, but the body of the code within a function should be sufficiently clear that not every line need be commented.

If there are no comments, indentation, or logical variable names then debugging can be a nightmare - even for the original programmer, six months later.

Not long ago I debugged a javascript chess program that had no indentation or comments (all of the code was condensed onto a _single_line_) and all the variables were one or two characters long. omfg.

So, she may have a point about poor programming practices. I very much doubt that it has anything to do with X or Y choromosomes, though; certainly the courses where I marked computer programming labs did not indicate such.

12:22 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger John said...

Three things about code comments:
1. My code is already perfect
2. No comments = IP protection
3. Two words: Job Security

12:30 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Zoe Brain said...

I'll echo the comments about comments.

Good code with good variable and function names is self-documenting as to what it does. But you still need comments to say *why* it's being done, and even explaining the false leads and alternates you investigated on the way to determining what was best.

You need this both for others, and for yourself, as when you come back 6 months or a year later to maintain it, it may as well have been written by someone else.

Male programmers *tend* to be over competitive, with a "fastest gun in the west" mentality. "If it was hard to write it should be hard to read" is an old joke, but it's only funny because a lot of Alpha Males think that way.

Note I say *tend*, as I'd be doing many excellent male software engineers a grave injustice if I didn't give that disclaimer.

I haven't worked with enough female programmers to notice any pattern, just the old one that in a male-dominated profession, it's true that to do as well as a guy, a gal has to be twice as good.

When I transitioned (whether I'm more accurately classed as Intersexed or Transsexual is a matter of medical debate), I went from being something of a star, with a reputation for good communication skills and excellent commenting, to being just another female engineer.

4:00 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Cara said...

Such terrible crimes. Cahow has quite history of violence with a number of people, both men and women. As for Caban, since women seem to be having such incredible emotional difficulty with the feeling of feeling used, they should stop putting themselves in those situations. Cahow is obviously an incorrigible. Since Caban is still young, I hope that she takes resposibility for her violence problem.

4:46 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Francis W. Porretto said...

Your compendium, which I'm sure is just the tip of an iceberg, is quite useful. Among other things, it's a reminder of the way the taboo on female brutality operates: The facts are available, but it's forbidden to speak of them, on pain of ostracism and/or public condemnation.

5:02 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger tim in vermont said...

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6:03 AM, June 17, 2008  
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6:08 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Archivist said...

Thank you, Dr. Helen. The gynocentric world view is all around us. I came across something even more extreme, which I've blogged about at False Rape Society
Some radical feminists have resurrected the call to change the rape laws to put the burden of proof regarding consent on men and boys. Do you see how wicked this is? In other words, one of the most fundamental, beautiful human acts -- the sex act -- is deemed criminal if the woman or girl decides it was "rape" even after-the-fact. I can't think of any misandry more vile than that.
Radical Feminist's Solution To End Rape: Make Sex a Presumed Crime and Treat Innocent Men as Collateral Damage

6:15 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger tim in vermont said...

Programming is a "male dominated" field. What this means in practice is that the programmers are mostly male, and the managers mostly female.

I have known a few female programmers, and two excellent ones. The excellent female programmers are highly respected, the crappy ones are widely despised, whether they work twice as hard or not.

6:37 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Brother Dave said...

Here's a phrase I just thought of that I can't find on Google; "feminist honor killings" -

7:06 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger BobH said...

Concerning male and female programming styles, readers might want to check out ("News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters") They've had a great time with this story.

7:45 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Pat said...

Judging by that Wall Street Journal article, you would think that including comments in your code is something that female programmers invented, and that males do only if their female superiors nag and browbeat them into doing it.

Of course that's totally false. When I took programming courses in the 1970s, my instructors were all male, and every single one of them insisted that we document our code properly with clear and readable comments. We lost points on each assignment if we failed to do this. Every programming textbook I used laid equal emphasis on the importance of documenting code. These textbooks were all written by men.

So what we have here is a nothing less than historical revisionism. Proper commenting of code was invented and championed by men in the earliest days of programming, but now sexist bigots like Rebecca Buckman and Emma McGrattan are rewriting history so that they can claim that programming was a realm of "testosterone-fueled" barbarism until the women showed up and explained to us, in words of one syllable, how to do it properly.

I am tempted to use a few one-syllable words of my own to express how I feel about this, but despite being male, I don't use that kind of language in public.

7:57 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Rob Crawford said...

"Women are more touchy-feely and considerate of those who will use the code later, she says. They’ll intersperse their code–those strings of instructions that result in nifty applications and programs–with helpful comments and directions, explaining why they wrote the lines the way they did and exactly how they did it....."

Oh, God. The current thinking on writing code is that it shouldn't need comments, that you should use expressive names and make things simple and easy-to-understand.

Why? Because, as the saying goes, "comments lie". Comments may not be updated when someone makes a change; the original comment could describe a process that's no longer followed.

Oh, and Pat, what about Knuth's "Literate Programming"?

8:21 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Mike said...

If you have to comment most code, it's a sign that there is something wrong with your style. We have more than enough resources today to make variable and function names expressive and easy to understand. There are very few scenarios where you would want to put in some serious comments, and those are typically in one of three cases:

1) You're doing something low-level that probably interacts directly with the hardware.
2) You're implementing a hackish workaround to address a bug in code you don't control.
3) You're maintaining someone else's code and it's an awful mess.

If a programmer has enough time to comment most of their code, they have enough time to spend doing more useful things like testing and profiling their code, since most code should be self-explanatory.

8:22 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger jay c said...

Ditto re commenting code. In large corporate environments with hundreds of programmers, sys admins, and DBAs writing code, readable and standardized comments are a matter of course. Almost everyone annotates their code liberally, because at least ten other people will eventually work on the same project. Someone who refused to comment would get crappy assignments and would eventually be out of a job.

8:30 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger jay c said...

Ditto Pat, not miket.

8:31 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Archivist said...

The story on comments and codes reminds me of what I was told a few months back by a female features writer at a major U.S. daily: they have been instructed to write more women's stories. Women read features and men read news and sports. The industry is extremely competitive now, so I suspect we're going to see more of these fringe gynocentric features stories to make women "feel good" about themselves (and after all, isn't that what newspapers are for? To hell with facts and objectivity.)

It's like this: You might have 500 boys wrestling in a state program -- dedicated, talented hard-working kids -- and none of them get their own story in the news. But toss a girl in the program - and even though she's nowhere near a top-wrung competitor - and all of sudden you see stories describing how dedicated she is, how much of a struggle it is for her. To add insult to injury, they'll quote a REAL top-wrung player to say something nice about her.

These stories are, of course, meaningless, except they are unnecessarily gender divisive.

8:46 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Pat said...

Wow, I can't think of a more effective way for the newspapers to accelerate their slide into oblivion.

9:37 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Pat said...

Rob, I'm not familiar with Knuth's "Literate Programming." What does it say on this subject?

9:41 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Mej said...

The Caban branding story may contain one of the best awful uses of the overused popphrase "mastermind" I've heard in a while. Imagine the time, effort and calculation that went into poking somebody with a hot stick. MASTERFUL!

9:45 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger I R A Darth Aggie said...

Emma McGrattan, the senior vice-president of engineering

If she's been a senior VP for any length of time, it's been at least 5 years since she's written a line of code on the company's dime. And I would guess it is more like 10 year.

When I toss in comments, it is to remind me of why I'm doing what the code is doing if it is the least bit unclear. Some of them are whimsical, but some are more along the lines of

# this is brute force, and very ugly, but I haven't got time to make it better and this does work...clean it up/recode it later

Of course, that also tends to be code that I come back to 6 months later and go Who wrote this steaming pile of fetid crap? oh, yeah, I which time it gets re-written and made better.

9:52 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Hucbald said...

God, that's funny!

I'm not by any means a code monkey, but I've done enough of it to know that code only needs to be titled and properly indented to be readable by someone who, you know, understands the code.

I'd also point out that computer code writing will always be a male dominated field because the abstract reasoning abilities required to do it are statistically more common among men, just as in the fields of mathematics and musical composition: There are no female Mozarts (Hey, I didn't design the genders; don't blame me for being able to recognize the facts).

As far as females managing departments that are male dominated, my experience has taught me that they have absolutely, positively no business whatsoever in those positions. I had a female manager who oversaw an entirely male department of housing inspectors, and she was so bad I quit. She had no earthly idea what the job entailed, and she constantly rode our hides because she thought we were always, "up to something." I finally went to HER supervisor, and he told me she perceived me as a threat to her position. How typically insecure of her.

She was transferred shortly after I quit, since she caused them to lose their most senior supervisor inspector - me - to another company (They wouldn't fire her, because they feared a sex discrimination suit, so they kicked her upstairs to more pay and no supervision).

Too bad it had to come to that, but I was totally happy in a 100% retrosexual male working environment. Hey, sorry, but a lot of us guys just don't want any women around when we work. Deal with it.

When I meet a good female manager of a male dominated group, I'll get back to you and let you know.

9:59 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Pat said...

Hucbald, that hasn't been my experience. I've had many excellent female supervisors. Of course, it goes without saying that none of them were male-bashing bigots. That sort of sexist bias should automatically disqualify anyone, male or female, from consideration for any kind of management position.

10:26 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Peter Blogdanovich said...

At her level, she can go out to the lobby, and change the corporate mission statement to read,"Our mission is to provide neat and tidy, well documented code mostly on time, on cost, and on spec to our customers."

There, that should do it.

11:22 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger PunditJoe said...

Hi hucbald, I'm sorry for you bad experience, but experience is considerably different. I work in I.S. and our dept head, as well as many other high level positions are held by women and they have done great jobs. But, like in pat's experience, none of these women were male-bashing bigots and everyone got along pretty well. Competency and merit were the determining factors in these positions and in how they treated people.

Having said all that, I count myself as lucky for working in such a good environment considering the horror stories we hear and all the generalized male-bashing that goes on in our society.

11:25 AM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Gordon Freece said...

I see a number of programmers above saying that code comments are unnecessary (not a majority, thank God). They're wrong, full stop. Descriptive variable and function names are necessary, and they go a long way; in a simple function, they'll often be enough. But frequently, the intent is not at all clear. Identifiers can tell you "what", but rarely "why".

Even without comments, a good programmer can walk through your code and figure out what it does, but why should he have to waste his time and energy doing something tedious and annoying, rather than adding value? He is being paid. His time has value. The programmer who writes a given function already knows what he's doing there; documenting it right then is cheaper overall in time and frustration, for everybody.

There is also the point that the programmer who doesn't comment his own code is wasting his own time six months or a year later, when he has to come back and fix his own bugs. If you think you never write bugs, you're incompetent, and the rest of your team knows it — unless they're incompetent themselves.

Programmers who refuse to write decent comments tend to be incompetent and irresponsible in general. I have wasted a big chunk of my career tracking down and fixing their memory leaks, resource leaks, off-by-one errors, buffer overflows, and other stupidities. They're parasites. They contribute very little, and they waste good programmers' time.

I've also noticed that decently commented code correlates very well with descriptive variable, class, and function names. If comments are missing or useless, it's very likely that the identifiers will be arbitrary, if not outright disinformative. I'll bet real money that the anti-comment clowns above rarely practice what they preach about variable names.

One of the best interview questions you can ask a programmer is whether comments are necessary in code with descriptive identifiers. If the interviewee thinks not, he's a cocky incompetent. Thank him for his time and send him home.

I have no idea whether women tend to comment better than men. I haven't encountered enough women in the profession to guess. I really don't care: Hire the good ones, and let the chromosomes fall where they may.

12:09 PM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Mike said...

Super-Electro-Magnetic Midget Launcher,

It's not that comments are unnecessary, it's that comments should rarely be needed outside of complicated stuff, workarounds and when you're tasked with replacing someone's work. Actually, a forth rule would apply sometimes and that's when you're trying to remind yourself what sort of business logic you are trying to implement.

If modern developers would take a page from Pascal development and do things like logically group their variables up front, it'd do wonders for readability.

1:31 PM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Chuck Pelto said...

TO: Hucbald
RE: Women In Charge

"As far as females managing departments that are male dominated, my experience has taught me that they have absolutely, positively no business whatsoever in those positions." -- Hucbald

I had a female as a senior manager at USWest. Sharp as a tack. Even-handed in dealing with 'issues'. She would make a superb support or service-support battalion commander.

Seems to me your 'experience' is somewhat skewed.

On the other hand, this article, that Dr. H is discussing is prima facia evidence that the feminist still don't 'get it'. And, woe unto them, they probably never will....

....until it's bloody well too late.

As Niven and Pournelle so exquisitely put it in their classic novel, Lucifer's Hammer....

Feminism died a millisecond after the first impact.


[A string of many cords is hard to break. -- Proverbs]

2:28 PM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger zed said...

In the end, it will be women that end up paying a serious price for denial that women can be every bit as violent and vicous as men can be -
Girl, 15, torched in gruesome attack by love rival who told her 'You won't be pretty anymore'

A 15-year-old girl was set on fire using white spirit in a street ambush by a love rival who was jealous over a kiss.


Police say that as she flicked a lighter, the attacker said: 'You won't look pretty anymore.'

Resident Carly Costin rushed to the scene in Eltham, South-East London, with partner Jamie Kelsey after they heard the screams from their garden on Sunday afternoon.

'It wasn't a normal scream. It was a chilling, horrible sound like something from a horror movie,' the mother-of-one said.

She saw the victim writhing in agony as her hair blazed until it was all gone.

'The skin on the left side of her face was peeling off. She looked like she had been burnt under a grill.

Her T-shirt and bra had melted and her skin was bubbling,' Ms Costin told told the Sun newspaper.

Yup, the "fairer sex" for sure!!

4:04 PM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger Cara said...

I noticed that only 5 comments, including mine, out of 35 comments focused on the violence part of the post. Interesting.


I don't think that most women are in denial that there is a small proportion of women who are extremely violent. We hear of horrifying crimes sometimes. We just see the comparative risk as a lot lower. Of course, the actual risk to the individual is always either 0% or 100%.

10:24 PM, June 17, 2008  
Blogger J. Bowen said...

I often receive many interesting tips and links from readers on male bashing and abuse but I can't post on all of them since I would be here 24/7 to do so and would need a huge staff!

Just to let you know, I am looking for a new job. I'm not sure how much you make for your advertisements, but I'd gladly take a percentage of it in return for organizing your emails ;)

3:42 AM, June 18, 2008  
Blogger Helen said...

J. Bowen,

If the anti-male bias progresses and angry feminists pass their torch to the next generations, I may have to take you up on that.

5:25 AM, June 18, 2008  
Blogger Zoe Brain said...

I don't have a unique viewpoint, but I do have an unusual one.

I better explain, as simply as possible.

In 1985, I was tentatively diagnosed as an undervirilised male, with all the signs of mild Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. I looked indisputably male, except in a very few areas. Like a rugby player in fact.

In 2005, as the result of some spectacular somatic changes, I had far more tests - most of them looking for hormone-secreting tumours that would explain the changes. The result was that I was re-diagnosed as a severely androgenised woman. By that time, I no longer "passed" as a guy, and experienced some homophobic threats. I was perceived as a "Butch Dyke" or "Drag King" that really wasn't very good at concealing her femininity.

I'd always had "Gender Dysphoria", the feeling that my (masculinised) body was all wrong. But I had been able to live with it, my gender identity wasn't that strong. With the changes though, that immediately blew out into full-blown Gender Identity Disorder, and the compulsion to complete the natural change was irresistible.

So until May 2005 I looked unambiguously male. In late July 2005 I looked unambiguously female, and changed my social role and appearance. I started hormone treatment (that did nothing) shortly thereafter, and had surgery to clean up the genital mess in November 2006.

So for 47 years I lived as a guy, or at least, as much of a standard model straight guy as any weakly gendered gal could. I've lived as a gal for less than 3 years now, and am still getting the hang of it.

The relief is indescribable.

Anyway, I'm as close to the "perfect experiment" as you can get: taking both a male and a female with exactly the same resume etc and seeing how they're treated.

My observations - in many ways, the critiques of the "masculinist" groups are justified. Honourable, decent guys get shafted by the legal system when it comes to child custody, alimony, and so on by unscrupulous women. Men are afraid (with good reason) to hug a child in distress, for fear of accusations of molestation. The accusation of rape is enough to destroy a life, even when the accuser is a congenital liar with a history of such false accusations. Guys have it tough, and boys are having it tougher. The number of University graduates is now 60/40 F/M in many places. There's "womens studies" and "womens places" but nothing for the guys.

Conversely... I never believed the stats that said 1 in 3 women had been sexually assaulted at some time in their lives. I do now. And the "glass ceiling" is very real, as I've found out in both telephone and face-to-face interviews. The critiques by the "feminists" that honourable women get badly treated in practice (if not in law) after marriage breakup by deadbeats are also true, as is the difficulty of making charges of rape stick. I always thought they were exaggerating. They're not.

Overall - I think guys are getting the worst of it, and their mistreatment is increasing. I miss the loss of "male privilege", but the "female privilege" I'm getting in return is a constant source of wonder to me. I don't take it for granted, it's too new. It also seems at times rather unjust, in the same way that the prejudice I've experienced from some MCPs is unjust. I never really believed that some guys behaved that way, but some genuinely do.

I don't agree with all that Kathleen Parker says, but I do agree with far too much of it.

6:19 AM, June 18, 2008  
Blogger DADvocate said...

I thought Father's Day (and Mother's Day) was about honoring that particular parent, not lecturing them on what they should've, could've done.

As for comments in code - who has time? In marketing research getting surveys into the field quickly is critical. If someone has questions about the code, we'll answer them later.

10:30 AM, June 19, 2008  
Blogger Zoe Brain said...

YMMV on that one. I work on things like laser eye surgical devices, missile launching systems, spacecraft avionics, and electronic voting systems.

They have to work flawlessly or Bad Stuff(tm) happens.

And in space, no-one can press ctrl-alt-del.

There is a place for quick, dirty, 95% working code, but not in those areas. Horses for courses.

11:34 AM, June 19, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish you all the best, zoe brain.

And you know, if there is one place I wish control-alt-delete worked well, it is in the op sys running the computer on my shoulders.

10:26 AM, June 21, 2008  
Blogger Micha Elyi said...

Uh, why have so many who've left comments describing their past experiences working in a department headed by females labeled that female-ruled organization as "male dominated"?

Feminists and others of the Women Are Victims persuasion use that sort of misidentification of reality to nurse their misandry.

3:39 PM, June 25, 2008  
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