I am simple man.
>I see post, I fav post.
i kind of told the examiner objectively what is wrong with the way he does things afterwards...
Being big alone doesn't make Goliath evil.
Does telling easily manipulated people to kill themselves count as murder?
mobbing isn't a complicated phenomenon:
>If you're stronger 1 on 1, you win.
>If you have a large majority, you win.
other people didn't even take that exam because they knew that guy is an idiot btw...
> a dictator steering the crowd's sense of justice in an unjust direction
> a little kid trying psychological violence
> tfw kids are in a nazi phase
> twf you shout "help" but you mean from the people who are going to come to your "help"
>> "help" with strings attached
I am the money. - Donald Trump
Isn't on the other hand, Trump acting just like the kings you wanted to get rid of?
Isn't a free market economy a huge community serving the common good of all humans, hence, socialism?
Ofc you might have more freedom acting alone. And groups can be organized more flexibly. Maybe you act alone but consider yourself part of a large group and act as such.
Why would it be different from general life and even war?
Organizing in a team gives you an advantage on the market.
Oh, I actually almost worked on an IBM bounty once... But didn't have a PowerPC. Also, it's a bit risky not to get paid. For example, if someone else is faster.
public trunk, private branches
You could also continue to allow both open-source and proprietary software in parallel and have government contractors write fast commonly needed libraries as infrastructure... (open-source ofc)
well, or more anarchist: crowd funding campaigns, patreon and such...
company donations if you will...
which makes it sound like we are on a good path...
I remind that libre software copies can be sold. It's just harder to avoid others falsely claiming to be the author.
>But I wouldn't say impossible and we should probably work on solutions there...
>I mean, you don't have to keep them from claiming it. You just need to be able to prove you're right with a signature or something.
>Companies controlling the secrets is easier for the of course.
>But open-source would indeed be better for both individual liberty and the economy. The latter because you don't have to write the same code a thousand times...
>Also, more and more users will be able to program and will want to access and modify the source code.
The scientific progress is a dialog, a discourse.
Of course harmony would be nice, but it is unlikely that you will ever have perfect harmony and actual science at the same time...
Often the problems in school are really deeper social problems...
I actually had a fun moment where I intentionally programmed something in an old way, and then the teacher complained: Basically he wanted to have it in a slightly newer way. Corresponding exactly to the time corridor where he must have learned programming...
I could add "current" computer science because the field changes so rapidly...
Why I studied physics? Because boomers don't know shit about computer science and can't teach me.
goonerments are the stoopid ones
They want you to say
>> Oh, I'm to stupid for this shit Learning (=school, which it is not) isn't for me. I'm just going to physically work for money and do as I'm told.
The thing is actually learned way more than required... Or rather I didn't want to let them succeed in trying to convince me that the ugly school experiences have anything to do with learning....
>I want to learn. THEY want me to obey.
Also, I didn't like how nonchalantly that other uni used proprietary software wasting public money for hugely expensive licenses... and then also privacy was starting to be reduced and even Facebook talked to them directly and tried to get their hand in - probably with some success...
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yeah but, although i like using mathematica, i think it's going to be a huge problem if science keeps relying on one company like that... also as a scientist you want to look inside and know what you are using... I hope for a valid open-source alternative... Sage Math looks promising but isn't quite there yet imo...
>huh one would expect thx to capitalism there would always be some competition
>but yep I agree with "open-source better" I just think proprietary SW can have its place in work environment
yeah admittedly there's matlab as well, but they are usually used for a slightly different purpose. So you often need either both MatLab and Mathematica or exactly one of them...
>That also brings us back to the fedi discussion about classical free market capitalism versus crony capitalism and monopolies...
I probably could be finished by now, if the punk in me wasn't so strong, to really just rage quit over being ruled over for so long...
It's hard when teachers want you to be like them and grade you on how much you have become like them, when you really don't want to become like them...
Yeah, that last lecture just wasn't really my area of interest, either, but they force me to get those stupid "credit points" with a very limited number of options...
Yes, although I will avoid to admit it for both pride and fighting reasons, there are probably people with brains better trained than mine - at least certainly in some disciplines...
...but i wouldn't necessarily expect them to have gained any social recognition...
Train your brain. Use it or lose it.
The difference between a human using his brain and a human not using his brain can be vast.
>Yes, it will be a little effort at the beginning. But you will get used to it and your brain will thank you for it.
blut und boden
>inheritance and real estate
If you're laughing at a politician's "joke", you're likely a victim of his or her deception.
The difference between politicians and comedians is that comedians are INTENTIONALLY funny.
> the worrying trend of people wanting comedians as politicians
Hitler is another one of the wannabe Caesars btw...
Hopefully, talking more about Hitler will make Trump boring again.
Also, Hitler is hilarious.