Tuesday, January 2, 2007

God created man, and man returned the favor.

As the client, you should let the experts do their job and keep out of the way. That's what you're paying for, after all!
As the web developer, it's important to hold firm and argue against your client to ensure you deliver the best possible results, if that's what you believe in. To do anything less wouldn't be in the client's best interests.

He added a 'Click Here for Live Support' button.
He added his own photo to the home page.

a private club worshipping forgotten music for people from Planet Art

Basically, you want to say "Trust me" to the customer without actually saying "Trust me."

Mission Statement
Be a witness for Jesus Christ in the staffing industry
Help companies satisfy immediate and long term staffing needs
Help people find contentment in their jobs and fulfillment in their labors, focusing on the gifts and talents that God has given them, so that they can feel the same on Monday as on Friday!

I just (takes opposite action) am I behind the trend or ahead of it?

urgent proof approval required

false dichotomies
cherrypicked data
postulating from ignorance
invocation of supernatural causes
appeals to authority
non sequitur
inaccurate anatomy and perspective

color me unimpressed

CSPAN called,they want their boring back.

give a man a match, his hand will be warm for 0.37 second. Set a man on fire he will be warm for the rest of his life.

overlapping with nonlinear dynamics, information theory, and other esoteric fields...

I, for one, welcome our new (subject of article) overlords.

God created man, and man returned the favor.

What you need is something that appears to be an opinion without actually requiring defense, justification or rational thought.

requires no more contemplation than is necessary to microwave popcorn.

the way cakes in the grocery store look really good but taste like frosted teddy bear fur.

Luckily, everything is connected on some tenuous level, so there's no reason to talk about things you don't care about.

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