MyPasswordIsDrums19 karma2020-10-06 21:36:28 UTC
What assumption did you have about a design that turned out to be the most wrong/surprising?
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MyPasswordIsDrums9 karma2020-10-06 21:32:39 UTC
I just started the book, and saw a reference to the Can Opener bridge in NC. I've followed the bridge's youtube page for a couple years now, and wondered if you had a favorite collision or story about the bridge?
MyPasswordIsDrums7 karma2015-06-19 01:50:49 UTC
The POINT of asking questions is to learn and literally become less ignorant. In it's purest sense every question comes from ignorance.
MyPasswordIsDrums0 karma2015-06-19 03:03:14 UTC
First of all, that was a well thought out question. He can't read Josephs mind, so it helps to ask and learn the reasons for why he left. Besides. Who are you to be offended FOR this man? Who do you think you are? Living your life so comfy and safe, that you need to FIND things to be upset about? If Joseph Kim was offended, he'd have said so.
MyPasswordIsDrums-1 karma2015-06-19 03:14:59 UTC
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