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Re: [ljc] Fwd: Part 2: Developer Stress

From: James G.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 2:39 PM
If you think it's bad now, wait until the Olympics start, now that
will be a long 2 weeks of commuting!

On 15 February[masked]:06,­ Kevin <[address removed]> wrote:
> There has been some recent work done on teleportation experiments:
>
> http://news.disco...­
>
> But first it seems you have to be converted to light packets and even then
> it seems limited to one packet at a time.  So I'd either have to experience
> a big weight loss or a big wait gain to make it happen.  Swiping an oyster
> card isn't as cool but it's probably not as messy getting to work! You could
> avoid commuting stress but then you'd open up a whole new load of health
> problems.
>
> "Bob, these unit tests failed.  What were you thinking man?"
> "Sorry Ralph, I'm a bit absent bodied today.  I stepped into the source
> teleporter tube at home and it inadvertently left a micro-layer of my logic
> and professional sensibility on the destination chamber. Then I had to
> scrape it all off and manually rebuild but it didn't quite work. I can count
> to ten but I get the feeling I'm missing a few numbers. What was that one...
> five, six..six... what's this wiggly finger called again?"
> "Seven?! Bob, you're an insurance write-off.  Partial teleportation will
> count as a pre-condition now.  Maybe...take the train next time"
>
>
> On 15 February[masked]:15,­ Bruce Durling <[address removed]> wrote:
>>
>> Mikhail,
>>
>> On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 09:03, Mikhail Krivoshein
>> <[address removed]> wrote:
>> > Use DLR, Overground or National Rail services. Helps to keep your mind
>> > and
>> > senses calm.
>>
>> You've clearly never been on my morning train.
>>
>> cheers,
>> Bruce
>>
>>
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