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  1. about 18 hours ago on Doonesbury

    Generally there is some product in the purchaser’s head that they can’t really define. They may know what the outputs they want are, but how to get there? No clue.

    So a solution is coded. The client finds it doesn’t meet the unexpressed needs they had for the product. Back to the ol’ drawing board for a few more go rounds, til the client runs out of money trying to buy something that they ‘know’ what is, but are utterly incapable of expressing or defining.

  2. about 18 hours ago on Doonesbury

    I’m pretty sure an eight ounce can of Coke is going to do her no harm.

  3. about 18 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    ChatGPT is again, full of it. Leaping from technical advances to evolutionary advances in intelligence is a feat of logical acrobatics only a computer could manage.

  4. about 18 hours ago on Get Fuzzy

    Something about lighting and magnifying the area you’re working on seems to have uses. The ergonomics of the product are all messed up, but the core concept is worth exploring.

    By designers who aren’t cats, of course.

  5. 1 day ago on Non Sequitur

    By all measures that anthropologists have come up with, hunter gatherer societies were considerably more internally cohesive and irenic than agricultural societies. Less hours worked per day, fewer coercive systems of social control, and generally less inter group conflict.

    Which isn’t to say that it was all rainbows an unicorns. But it’s hard to say that agriculture made human society happier.

  6. 1 day ago on Non Sequitur

    Liberals are a reaction of the mass of people not liking a boot in their face.

    I’m considerably impressed by conservative’s optimism. Post apocalypse, they picture themselves sitting atop a throne of skulls, rather than skull number 253 on the pile. In a monarchical system, they think they will be royalty, not one of he millions of peasants. And in the dog eat dog wold of laissez faire capitalism, they imagine themselves titans of industry, not losing an arm in a meat grinder.

    Such a rosy outlook must easy on the soul.

  7. 1 day ago on Non Sequitur

    Don’t Panic.

  8. 1 day ago on La Cucaracha

    Immigration is a thorny issue for Democrats. The American people overall want to limit immigration. And as a democracy, the will of the people should rule, within the bounds of civil rights. So the administration should try to crack down on immigration.

    Yet the humanist values the Democratic Party champions finds that this cruel, draconian approach to border control violates human dignity and rights.

    12 years of lies about ‘border caravans’ ‘invasions’ and ‘MS-13’ have mis-educated the American population into demanding cruel and unusual policies that hurt everyone involved. So what’s a humane pol to do? Beyond attempt to ameliorate the cruelty of demanded crackdowns?

  9. 3 days ago on Doonesbury

    Oh look. We’ve discovered Microsoft/Google/Meta’s business plan. They don’t bother with letting rival fail and then paying a middleman. They just swoop in and buy them out at premium at the first whiff of potential success.

    Funny how these players have all this capital to buy up rivals, yet enjoy such low tax rates.

  10. 3 days ago on La Cucaracha

    “Big, strong guy. Leader in his field. Comes up, tears, I tell you real tears, and this guy’s tough, tears aren’t easy for him… tears in his eyes… And say’s ’Mr. President….”