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“There are two ways to write error-free programs; only the third one works.” (Alan J. Perlis)

"Otium cum dignitate, tradotta letteralmente, significa nobile indolenza." (Cicero, De Oratore Libro)

"Press CTRL-ALT-DEL now for an IQ test."

"Artificial intelligence ? No thank you, I don't need crutches."

"Artificial Intelligence usually beats natural stupidity."

"This manual says what our product actually does, no matter what the salesman may have told you it does."

"Smith & Wesson — the original point and click interface."

"Foolproof systems don't take into account the ingenuity of fools." — Gene Brown.

"Never let a computer know you're in a hurry."

"To err is human, but to really foul things up requires a computer."

"If you have any trouble sounding condescending, find a Unix user to show you how it's done." — Scott Adams

"By 2012 iPods will be capable of holding all music you will ever hear in your life". (Nikesh Arora, Google)

"By 2018 iPods can hold all videos ever produced". (Nikesh Arora, Google)

"In 2007 the world produced more transistors than rice corns". (Hans Christian Haugli, Telenor R&I)

Everything's amazing, nobody's happy! Attach:AmazingYouTube.png Δ

1815 entdeckte Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz das Binärsystem - bei einem Gespräch mit seiner Mutter: “Ja…, Nein…, Nein…, Nein…, Ja…, Ja…, Nein…”
1815 utviklet Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz binærsystemet i en samtale med sin mor: "ja..., nei..., nei..., ja...., "

"Das Dasein ist köstlich, man muss nur den Mut haben sein eigenes Leben zu führen" (Giacomo Casanova)

"Das es so leicht ist nichts mehr tun zu wollen. Dass es uns so schwerfällt nichts mehr zu tun" (Ernst Bloch)

"Ein Mensch sagt - und ist stolz darauf / Er geh' in seinen Pflichten auf. / Bald aber, nicht mehr ganz so munter, / geht er in seinen Pflichten unter." (Eugen Roth)

"Otium cum dignitate, tradotta letteralmente, significa nobile indolenza." (Cicero, De Oratore Libro)

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