If you think about it, the difference between fetish and deviance is that the fetishist uses the feather and the deviant uses the duck.
Companies are sociopathic vampires.
I am a strong believer that adding more people to your already late software project is a guaranteed way of making the delivery of it even later.
First it takes the new people time to get up to speed and figure out what needs to be done, but more importantly, how it needs to be done.
And secondly, the more people you have on a software project the harder you have to work as the project manager to divide up the tasks so that that they can be done in parallel.
If I write my dates backwards, year, month, day, and time (using the numbers 0 to 23 to represent the hours of the day), when I sort them, they sort from earliest date & time to latest date & time.
The amount of trapped air in an upside-down glass decreases the further you submerge the glass.
Is the pressure of the water causing this to happen?
The amount of water filling a glass that is tilted in the water goes down as the glass fills up. Must be because the glass becomes more upright.
The rate at which a glass moves from flat to upright as it fills up is dictated by the height of the glass.
A glass with a quantity of water in it set spinning in a bath will spin for a time from the amount of water in the glass and the size of the glass.
The size of a glass determines the amount of work to start spinning. Something to do with the glass touching the water slowing it down or making it sticky?
The size of a glass determines how quickly it will come to a rest after it has been set spinning given a fixed amount of liquid in the glass.
The amount of air inside an upside-down glass says how fast the glass will go up [raise] in the water.
The amount of water in an upside-down glass says how hard the glass is to lift out of the water.
The higher the water outside gets above the level of the water inside of an upside-down glass increases the amount of work required to lift the glass out of the water.
Have you ever noticed how the holes in a cat’s fur are always in the right place for them to look out of?