GDT::QOTW::Quote Of The Week::Spring 2006

QOTW::Quote Of The Week::Spring 2006

  1. Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.
    -- Confucius { Chinese thinker and social philosopher; more... } [passion/work]

  2. They are now churning out a very large number of very,
    very good programmers. So we are moving quickly now to
    hire the best and the brightest.

    -- Eric Schmidt (01955-) {CEO of Google speaking about Chinese universities; more...} [globalization]

  3. The purpose of life is to live a life of purpose.
    -- Richard Leider { career development counselor; quote found in Ed The Hotdogger's holiday calendar } [life]

  4. Computers are incredibly fast, accurate, and stupid;
    humans are incredibly slow, inaccurate and brilliant;
    together they are powerful beyond imagination.

    -- Albert Einstein (01879-01955) {German-born theoretical physicist; more...} [computing]

  5. If you want more, then you pay more is as American as it comes.
    -- Walter McCormick { U.S. Telecom Association CEO speaking about net neutrality } [money/more]

  6. Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose.
    -- Kris Kristofferson {Bobby McGee © 1970; "nothing ain't worth nothing but its free" } [freedom/nothing]

  7. Work and play are not mutually exclusive.
    -- Google, Inc. (01998-) {reason #4 of 10 to work at Google } [work/play]

  8. American companies are complicit in the effort to neuter the Internet's democratic promise.
    -- John McCain/Jon Kyl { Arizona senators speaking about computer companies and China; more... } [democracy]

  9. In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.
    -- Aristotle (00384bc-00322bc) {Greek philosopher; more quotes... } [nature]

  10. The U.S. has approximately 5% of the world's population and is consuming about 25% of the world's resources.
    -- MCLI press release { Education for Global Sustainability Conversations; more... } [sustainability]

  11. Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity and is the torch which illuminates the world.
    -- Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) { microbiologist and chemist; more... } [science/knowledge]

  12. I was never less alone than when by myself.
    -- Edward Gibbon (01737-01794) { English historian; keyword: crapulent; more... } [alone]

  13. Nothing can be more dangerous than nothing.
    -- Charles Seife { journalist ... homepage; Nothing, AZ } [zero/nothing]

  14. Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
    -- Martin Luther King Jr. (01929-01968) {Neil's grandpa "died fighting for the freedom of silence"; more... } [freedom]

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