Computerworld Article: Dress for Success 358
VAX Complex Instructions
I worked for many years on VAXen and while I never wrote anything in its buttembly language (Macro) I got to read it a lot and became quite familiar with it...
There is a total lack of consistency in this dress code business.
Announcement: vtapeutils 0.1
Version 0.1 of vtapeutils is available from the Sourceforge project page at vtapeutils is intended to ba a package of utilities to work with virtual tape files. Although...
A story in the press here a few months ago told of a businessman who walked out of a law office because the young lawyer he saw wasn't wearing a tie. He obviously thought that he would not get good advice unless the blood supply to the lawyer's brain was restricted by a tight noose. Yet one of my sons, who until recently was practising law in a big firm in NYC, never wore a tie.
When my son got married, he refused to wear a tie for the ceremony, choosing a beautiful suit with an open-necked shirt, as did my other son, who was best man. The bride decided to be traditional, so wore a lacy and bejewelled gown by Reem Acra, while her father insisted on formality and wore a morning suit. This left me in a bit of a dilemma, so I compromised on a suit with a tie. Black tie was specified for the big evening dinner, but most people removed, or at least untied, them when the dancing started.
-- Brian Boutel Wellington, New Zealand