snip Yes, I'm generalizing from one of my own experiences, and you're right that I did get...
One night on his way to work, some woman ran a red light and crashed into his door. It almost stopped production of a piece of gear, but I cannot remember which one it was.
Months. It was a very bad broken leg.
He left DEC when he got fed up with the way he was treated. Corporate DEC got a wakeup call at that moment and tried desperately to convince him to stay. He had his choice of any work anywhere in the world. All he had to do was say what he wanted. But, by the time they realized they were were losing TW and reacted, he had already made a temporary promise to Wang. He did not feel that it was honorable to retract his statement to Wang; so DEC lost TW...and all because he was an honorable man and the money grubbing selfish f***ing idiots I keep encountering.
Exactly. Whether this is a result of government intervention or car manufacturers settling on a common standard I don't know. But cars would almost have to be...
This was the atbreastudes at DEC. I have been told that I worked with remarkable people and had a very unique work history.. that the rest of world was very different.
Thus, boys and girls, this is why DEC products and the company DEC is still exists in the minds of the those in the computing biz.
You are measureing the replacing incorrectly.
On Tue, 08 Aug 06 10:58:59 GMT Certainly not, but it does take a while before I completely stop activating the wipers (or at least reaching in that direction) when I intend to signal a...
No, here is where you are mistaken. It would take 100 people to match JMF's productivity. This is not the same thing as taking his job slot.
I don't know how to explain better. I'm talking about getting stuff done. JMF and TW could get more tasks done in less time than anybody else. I happen to think that JMF was better than TW but that's a biased opinion. JMF put in more hours-week than TW usually did.