Apple’s Three Laws of Developers

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  1. A developer may not injure Apple or, through inaction, allow Apple to come to harm.
  2. A developer must obey any orders given to it by Apple, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
  3. A developer must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

— I. Developer

Reblogged from isaiah’s web log

Selling my 13” MacBook Pro

l want to sell my 13” MacBook Pro. I just bought it 2 months ago for about $1600. It’s in perfect condition. Can wipe, or will leave on any software you want including PhotoShop & Ms Office. 2.53 Ghz Core 2 Duo / 4Gb RAM / 250 Gb HD. $1200. Let me know if you’re interested.

Holy Tabula Rasa! This is why Wufoo is awesome.

Holy Tabula Rasa! This is why Wufoo is awesome.

Tags: wufoo webapps
How did they know that american and European girls were too arrogant for me??  Just what I needed! Thanks Skype for providing a way for me to learn about these amazing new sites.

How did they know that american and European girls were too arrogant for me??  Just what I needed! Thanks Skype for providing a way for me to learn about these amazing new sites.

Tags: Funny
The Future of the next 3 weeks according to @schammy. He has a gift for prophecy!

The Future of the next 3 weeks according to @schammy. He has a gift for prophecy!

Tags: future apple iPad

Clockmakers

I’ve been working on billing system for my job for several months now and I can finally see the end in site.  Part 1 launched this week. We’ll have a few more rollouts over the coming weeks until we’re fully launched, probably in about 2 months.  This project really feels like we’re building a clock with several gears already in motion, and we need them to come together perfectly in sync.  I’m just excited that it actually is working out.

Tags: work webs.com

OK GO’s amazing Rube Goldberg Machine video. Click through to watch it in HD, it’s worth it.  Fantastic.

It gets funnier the more you watch it…

It gets funnier the more you watch it…

If you can…

…you should always make a clean break.

Some examples of where this is the case:

  • relationships
  • moving git repositories
  • rewriting code
  • changing blogging systems

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