Whilst browsing the Internet I recently ran into an interesting (and probably totally unreallistic) idea: universities should be free from charge for all students. Their (i.e. universities’) income should be funded exclusively off a 10% tax charged unconditionally from all alumni for the first ten years after they graduate. This would – in theory – lead to situation where „better” schools would be feeding job market with „better” professionals which in turn would make them (again, just hypothetically) more money.
While surfing the Internet I recently found an interesting (although completely incomprehensible) proof of a conjecture stating that 0, 1, 8 and 144 are the only perfect squares in the famous Fibonacci sequence.
For greenhorns: Fibonacci sequence starts with 0 followed by 1, then each subsequent terms is a sum of two preceding terms: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, … and so on, indefinitely.
As Confucius used to say, shit happens. He was a smart lad so there is no point not to believe him.
Shit that happens to happen is usually a bad shit. More or less. Ocasionally you discover that some of the bad shit happens only to unravel a surprisingly good shit later on which is exactly my case, right now.
As we all know, people belong to one of the two groups: they either do backups on a regular basis, or they will be doing backups on a regular basis.
If you ever wondered why, despite all your efforts and Goole-jistsu, you still couldn’t get W3TC to detect your local memcached install, well. You haven’t googled enough 😉
So, you think you know what „boring” means? You think you’ve watched some three hours of Parliament discussions about legal ways of composting farms’ waste, and you got bored? Well, you haven’t seen anything yet. The site you have just reached is the most dull, boring and useless part of the Internet.
If you are reading this post, chances are you are either one of my three returning visitors (although there is a possibility that some – or even all – of those three, died of boredom) or you recently tried to update the Yop Poll WordPress plugin from version 4.9.1 to 5.0, you lost all your wonderful polls and now you are frantically trying to Google for a solution and after getting through many, many Google result pages you finally got here.
Gmail went down for about half an hour this afternoon. This is a second disruption of the service in the last two weeks. I am starting to wonder whether I should move my email to another provider.
Any hints? Thoughts?