This tweet reminds of a Linkedin post some time back ( 5 years ago at least) when some corporate virtue signaller opined in the linked in Philosophy Group that everything boiled down to marketing nothing else mattered.
Similar tortured virtue signalling contortions are often heard regarding Data as the new Gold. There is some sense in the Old adage he who owns the Gold makes the rules.
- On his Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, in a letter to Ludwig von Ficker (1919), published in Wittgenstein : Sources and Perspectives (1979) by C. Grant Luckhard
why Personal Destiny Control (PDC) is now a global phenomenon from which liberty can benefit
I am a Web 3 Developer any Swedish tech company wishing to employ me on a freelance basis please get in touch, Java, Rust, Python, Solidity, IPFS software coding hardware or social media. Hacking is where I came from, I am an AutoDidact that is I am a self-taught programmer
I can unlock the corporate groupthink constipation in your organisation. Team Player or troubleshooter I have the tee shirt and grey hairs to prove it.
A message for HR Types apart from Gis a Job that is.
“You are not expected to understand this”
* If the new process paused because it was
* swapped out, set the stack level to the last call
* to savu(u_ssav). This means that the return
* which is executed immediately after the call to aretu
* actually returns from the last routine which did
* the savu.
* You are not expected to understand this.
rp->p_flag =& ~SSWAP;
1. the clandestine copying and distribution of literature banned by the state, especially formerly in the communist countries of eastern Europe.
“a samizdat newsletter”
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
|“Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?”|
Sheet music cover for Americana
|Song by Jay Gorney and E. Y. “Yip” Harburg|
|Lyricist(s)||E. Y. “Yip” Harburg|
“Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?“, also sung as “Buddy, Can You Spare a Dime?“, is one of the best-known American songs of the Great Depression. Written in 1930 by lyricist E. Y. “Yip” Harburg and composer Jay Gorney, “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?” was part of the 1932 musical revue Americana; the melody is based on a Russian-Jewish lullaby Gorney’s mother had sung to him as a child. It was considered by Republicans to be anti-capitalist propaganda, and almost dropped from the show; attempts were made to ban it from the radio. The song became best known, however, through recordings by Bing Crosby and Rudy Vallee. They were released right before Franklin Delano Roosevelt‘s election to the presidency. The Brunswick Crosby recording made on October 25, 1932 with Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra became the best-selling record of its period, and came to be viewed as an anthem to the shattered dreams of the era.