I had a Tai Chi teacher once who also did Ba Gua. He did a demonstration once for us that was absolutely amazing. So fluid.
HEY TORONTO PEOPLES
Tomorrow night I’m meeting up with the one and only cutlerish.
You may remember him from such important internet creations like missing-e, or that time Tumblr made an ass of itself. (too many places to link to there … sorry).
If you are in the Toronto area and would like to join us for a drink, message me and I will give you details.
I’d post it publicly, but some of you people are straight up crazy and both of us already have enough issues with crazy people in our lives, thanks.
(Chances are, you aren’t crazy though, so COME OUT AND JOIN US!)
I will probably be in you sometime next week.
For a job in New York… but, still, I’m visiting!
Alright, so it looks like I’ll be flying into Seattle around midday on
Monday (maybe even get picked up by kao and cyro at the airport), interviewing most of the day on Tuesday and flying back home on Wednesday morning Thursday and flying back on Saturday.
This is where I met Jeremy unexpectedly for the first time!
Too bad we were eating at separate tables.
Next time, I will kidnap him and….
Anyway, this is a good place for a milkshake.
We’ll make a plan of it next time, hun. After I move!
Yes people. Go here. It is awesome. Come hungrier than you’ve ever been.
I got regular complaints from a client that the DVDs I gave him were corrupted. After several irate phone calls, I went down in person to check out the situation. His machine was in working order, his disc drive was functional, and after testing all of the DVDs he claimed were corrupted, I saw he was correct.
After berating me for my idiocy, the client went into a full-on rant about how my stupidity has cost him both time and money. I apologized profusely and offered him a DVD that I triple-checked was working.
He then slapped it on the nearby filing cabinet and kept it in place with a large magnet.
There. Proof positive of something I’ve suspected for a long while. Many CFH stories are made up.
DVDs and CDs are optical media. They are not affected at all by magnets. There are, as I can figure, three ways this story could be scientifically accurate:
- When then client “slapped” the DVD onto the filing cabinet, he followed trough on the slap with a long scratch against the edge of the filing cabinet.
- The magnet was so heavy that it cracked the DVD case and broke the DVD, itself.
- The magnet is so strong that it warps the top of the filing cabinet so much that it crushes the DVD.
I don’t care what anyone says
The two most beautiful words in the English language are “sleep in”.
Or maybe “pudding cup”.
My name is Jeremy Cutler. I’m looking to relocate to New York, where I’m searching for a web application front-end developer job!
Why Would I Make A Great Addition To Your Development Team?
I am passionate about developing software and web applications for high-level functionality and low-level performance with a strong focus on usability. My professional and personal endeavours are often marked by a great attention to detail that complements cohesive integration of larger scale projects.
I studied Computer Engineering at both the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels and have since been able to leverage a wide variety of skills in both computer software and hardware in my work as a compiler developer at IBM and as a freelance web application designer and developer of a wildly popular open-source multi-platform browser extension, Missing e.
I love opportunities to take advantage of my experience with coding at the lowest levels of computer technology and developing front-end interfaces. My thirst for knowledge and new skills will, no doubt, enable me to make quite a difference wherever my career takes me!
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