"indecision may or may not be my problem."
and in israel the following grafitti in a tel aviv alley pretty much sums it up
'end the occupation', one wrote. 'and the murder of jews by arabs' added another. 'and the scum' added a third, somewhat puzzlingly.
what i'm trying to do is to kill a red-eye chasing 15-hour stopover - the ones that reward you with a $400 fare cut and the psychological effect of a boot rammed into your skull. at least i'm at a little alley caffe' in rome and not pacing up and down frankfurt international airport, which would have really sucked. i keep falling in and out of consciousness much like a father forced to attend his son's recital right after a night shift. and next to me sits nobody.
while i have much to say about the 'war on christmas', time will only allow me to share this ultra-generic holiday greeting i got over email today:
On behalf of the entire ISO staff, we would like to wish you a very peaceful and wonderful December/January holiday. Whether you travel to your home country, to some exotic place in the US or abroad, or you stay right here in Cambridge, we hope you find the time to enjoy relaxing moments with family and/or friends.
talk about covering all your bases.
cycling '74, the makers of max/msp have one of cutest faqs i've seen in a while. like
Do you have, like, a corporate mission statement? What are you trying to accomplish?
Our mission is never to have, or need, a mission statement. "The software is the mission statement," is the mission statement we might have, but since we don't have a mission statement, it isn't our mission statement.
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