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Free USB charging stations are popping everywhere. For anyone with a smartphone, it is a relief. We have come to rely entirely on devices that can't last a full day. There is more entertainment then ever, bigger brighter screens, a constant connection to the internet, yet the best a smartphones has to offer is 3 to 4 hours screen time.
Why is it that I can't have a terabyte of RAM on my machine? With a 64bit chip I can virtually access all the memory address I'll ever need yet there is no way of attaching my extra memory to the motherboard.
I had a very hard time accepting Solid State Drives. Not because I didn't think they were cool, but because the whole internet was telling me that it was an untested technology that couldn't last more than a year at a time.
Most applications that come with a layer of security give the user the option to set up some rules. For example, when I set up an apache webserver, there are rules to determine which files are accessible to the user and which are not. The same goes with the firewall, you can set which ports are open and which are not.
One day I woke up and decided to remove all external CSS from my websites. And every website I build consequentially will have no external CSS. No one noticed anything on my website except the speed increase.
Waking up. If you are like me, it is one of the most difficult task of the day. Everyday, I go to bed late, thinking it won't be so hard to wake up the next morning. But everyday I struggle. When the first light of the day enters my bedroom, it is only an excuse for me to tuck myself deeper into the blanket. I can't wake up, and the apparent solution is the alarm clock.
Nietzsche put it best: There are no facts, only interpretation. Yet we live in a world where only the facts matter. The dictionary definition is an indisputable truth. In the scientific world, its the same conclusion reached by multiple different bodies.
Silicon Valley is the banal cliche where ideas come to life. Everything you can think of there is an app for that. The common saying is that ideas don't matter, only execution can bring them to life.
My Alarm rang at 4am, I usually set it 30 minutes before the time I have to get up from bed. But on this day, I only had 2 hours of sleep. I never manage to have a good night sleep on my first day on the job. But at 4 am, my body felt light, the bed felt exceptionally comfortable, I had to spend at least another 5 minutes enjoying this moment before facing the day. So I fell asleep.
I find it very annoying when I use an instant search field and each key I press creates a new state. What this means every single time I hit the back button, it…