The cheapest, fastest, and most reliable components are those that aren't there.
Every big computing disaster has come from taking too many ideas and putting them in one place.
I'm on Facebook and Twitter, and occasionally I will tweet something. Somehow my problem is that I don't think I have anything interesting to tweet about.
Computer scientists are the historians of computing.
I tend to always carry a camera with me. I live next to a fire station, and I've got lots of photos of the hook and ladder coming out of the house. And I like food, so I tend to photograph wonderfully presented food all the time. To me those are very pleasant memories.
Well, I got to have a project. I'm not a blue-sky guy at all. I'd never let anybody like me loose in a company.
People have no memory of phone numbers now because of the cell phone - their address book is in a cell phone.
My mother had been a grade-school teacher, and my father had an eighth-grade education.
I started working occasionally for my father when I was around six. The first skill I learned was how to join a plug to a wire.
I don't think forgetting is an important feature of human memory. I think it's important to be able to remember things accurately.
The most reliable components are the ones you leave out.
I've never seen a job being done by a five-hundred-person engineering team that couldn't be done better by fifty people.
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