Classic article from The Atlantic on introversion in an extroverted world. > Actually, my favorite line is from Waiting for Godot. I can quote it to you exactly: “Don’t talk to me. Don’t speak to me. Stay with me.” > > To me those words sum up the introvert impulse. We love people — we’re not misanthropic for the most part. We just can’t socialize with them all the time. We want to hold their hand or hug them or just sit quietly and read a book with them. > > Extroverts should understand that if someone is being quiet it doesn’t mean they’re having a bad time; it doesn’t mean they’re depressed; it doesn’t mean they’re lonely or need psychiatric help or medication. We need to tell the world who we are. The first step is to understand who we are ourselves, but the second step is to educate extroverts. This is stuff extroverts need to know. They’re driving us crazy. We need to tell them.
An illustration of the historical whiteness of U.S. Presidents. Beautiful. Welcome, Obama.
“Joe the Plumber” became a household name after he was mentioned 24 times during a Presidential debate regarding Obama’s plans for taxing small businesses. Inc.com interviewed a half dozen other entrepreneurial Joes around the country about the issue.. Turns out, Joe Works, my dad, was one of those interviewed. Check out his comments about the burden taxation already puts on small businesses.
Brian Beck’s django-batchadmin enables batch deletion in the Django admin, as well as other, custom batch processes.
Design ideas categorized by design pattern.
Cameron Adams nails the question perfectly, “So, What do you do?” Absolutely brilliant and true.