Trivium

January 2009

17jan2009

2. Direct your deeds to a worthy goal, but do not ask if they will achieve the goal; let them be models and examples rather than means to an end.
— Leo Szilard

My undergraduate experience convinced me that I was not smart enough
to be a physicist, and that computers were quite neat. My graduate
school experience convinced me that I was not smart enough to be an
expert in the theory of algorithms and also that I liked procedural
languages better than functional ones.
Dennis M. Ritchie

The coachman, he hit me for my hook
And he asked me my name.
I give it to him right away,
Then I hung my head in shame.
Lo and behold! Lo and behold!
Lookin’ for my lo and behold,
Get me outa here, my dear man!
— Bob Dylan, Lo And Behold!

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