Part of what I do at my job is write a little code. I admit, it’s VB 6 (not even the .NET stuff yet) and it’s probably horribly horribly nasty looking to anyone who actually knows what they’re doing. But it works, it gets the job done and I can fix it if things go awry.
That being said, I thin I know better than this.
(Originally found via The Daily WTF.)
This may be the ability of the human brain to recognize patterns where no pattern exists (see The Illuminatus Trilogy’s “Rule of 5” for another example), but I’ve noticed that sometimes my iPod acts smarter than it has any right to be. As an example, yesterday it played a bunch of songs in a row that were exactly what I was looking for at that time. Other times, it’ll choose a song which makes me think of another… which is the next song it plays. And then still other times, it’ll play a song but I’ll skip it because that isn’t the version I particularly wanted – so it plays another version next.
I know I’m not the only one to have noticed this.
Die-hard Cubs Fun: How to Manage the Chicago Cubs. No further comment needed.
Batgirl: The Steroid Hearings: A Reenactment
I know I had Batgirl in the links before, but for something like this, well, we can do-over.