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Wouldn't that require Active Gaming Underwear to be effective?
GOTOs are a bit like wire coat hangers: they tend to breed in the darkness, such that where there once were few, eventually there are many, and the program's architecture collapses beneath them. (Fran Poretto)
Last week, I was driving to work and I heard some choir music on the radio.
For some reason it sounded like this was late middle ages or renaissance, but I heard something modern.
Can't quite place my finger on what makes it modern though.
Anyway, I shazamed the music and later found on YouTube that the composer was Eric Whitacre.
A name I knew from a week before when I also heard him on the radio.
So I looked him up and he's some award winning composer who writes choral music.
One of his projects is recording people from all over the world and putting it together digitally, it's his Virtual Choir.
Anyway, this piece is the song I heard on the radio so I thought it deserved SOTW for making me listen to choral music.
A clever young entrepreneur rebounds from failure by riding Santa's coattails, and a "little white lie."
THIS YEAR, MILLIONS OF PEOPLE across Japan will celebrate Christmas around buckets of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Families will order “Party Barrels” weeks in advance, replete with this year’s offering of cole slaw, shrimp gratin, triple-berry tiramisu cake, and, of course, fried chicken. Santa-clad Colonel Sanders statues will stand at attention outside storefronts, grinning mutely through December as KFC Japan sales multiply tenfold, earning the chain a third of its annual income. The corporate promotion is one of Japan’s longest-standing Christmas traditions.
I've been meaning to delve deep into the .Net CLR and Core CLR. I have the CLR via C# book by Jeffrey Richter.
It is a good read but I am wondering what some of the more experienced people here on CP would recommend.
(For picking a single point: After reading the garbage collection discussion in this this book, it became obvious to me that I would never have been that smart myself, if I were do do my own heap managent!)
I watch a lot of youtube video.
And, obviously, the youtuber ask us to subscribe, support them on patreon, sponsor some product, etc...
Only fair they try to make a living, hey! Plus, I do enjoy all these entertainment!
Thing is, I never went on patreon, never bought any t-shirt or other thing, etc.. and when I think to all the video I watched it would be quite costly to do that on every video as well... But I do feel a bit guilty though.. they do deserve something for ongoing their entertainment service after all... I am just freeloading here!
Nothing more to say from me here.. but I wonder if some people here are on patreon or bought youtuber t-shirt or have some thoughts on that topic?!
I have bought one t-shirt and still wear it. I've also made donations of $5, $10, and $30 USD to different vloggers over the years and did a 1 month Patreon for $5. I did this to support their work as I felt they had gone above and beyond. The funny thing is I got thanked for the contribution for the $5 and $10 donation, but not the $30. And of those 3 contributions, only the $10 guy still makes videos today for YouTube. The $30 guy only makes videos for his private website. And lastly, the Patreon guy turned into a bitter troll; so I quit his Patreon and unsubscribed from his YouTube channel.
I've heard they make between $1 and $3 per 1000 views; so they do make a little cash if they're monetized.
Our clicks give them money too... Why should we buy more?
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.