Star Wars, and Death Star Defects
Me: Actually, a lot of software and hardware defects are never uncovered until after releasing them to the world. S.O.: But the Rebel Alliance found it just by running it through computer analysis. Me: Maybe the Empire just had a really shitty QA Department. S.O.: Brought down by lazy QA. That’s always how it goes.
Ladies Making Comics: Stop getting paid in... →
keiren-smith: I think this is particularly hard for women—still don’t have that instinct that their work has value and that they deserve to be paid for it… (my husband teaches courses on making comics and we talk a lot about the difference in the genders. He’s always so thrown by the female… I’m equally perplexed by all the men with unjustified egos. But rather than hoping women...
It has been an awful, awful week of coding. But my super-secret special surprise giveaway is completed for SpoCon. Now you REALLY wish you were going, no? :)
GRILLO-MARXUACH DESIGN BUREAU: Elephant Families... →
Wow, that’s a weird crossing of my family/fan worlds. Hey, Mette! You just got incidentally reblogged by Middleman creator @okbjgm! :D lareviewofbooks: JAVIER GRILLO-MARXUACH on a boy’s love for his disturbed mother in Jennifer Richard Jacobson’s Young Adult novel, Small as an Elephant. METTE IVIE HARRISON on Judy Blundell’s latest, a YA novel about motherless triplets in the 1940s, and...