I don't believe in a god or God myself, but if you do and it gives you moral guidance, that's great, and power to you. But if your god is just a thing for you to stand on so you can look down on people, then fuck you.
Upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace,
and with his wounds we are healed.
All we like sheep have gone astray;
we have turned—every one—to his own way;
and the Lord has laid on him
the iniquity of us all.
-- Isaiah 53:5b-6
If you've not gone and done it yet, open the app store on your iOS device and download the excellent @bookitics app. It's a book review app based on ADN and it's lovely. The next big version will be iPad ready... :)
You should write each source comment and commit message as if it were your last. In other words, if you died and weren't around to answer questions, then someone else should be able to figure out why in the world you wrote that code.
It’s 1998. An Apple executive and former VIM user sits in front of an open email to Steve Jobs. It reads: “Let’s call it the “
He thinks. Stares at his drink. He’s tired.
He enters insert mode, types Mac, sends the email.
“Let’s call it the iMac.”
Why is there no iMessage support on iCloud.com? I mean, I can write emails, Pages documents and even Keynotes, but a simple chat box for those times when I am stuck on a Windows machine? Is that too much to ask?