Monthly Archives: January 2014

Gender Inequality

First of all, I am a guy, just to be clear upfront to avoid unwanted attention from stalkers. I don’t discriminate against homosexuals, either, but I do want to make it clear also that any thought of homosexuality makes me … Continue reading

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Introvert Or Extrovert

It turns out that we don’t have to wait until February. The conclusion is drawn: one size for all. All network datagrams will be exactly 1 kB in size. This works well with the concept of one grand in the … Continue reading

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TCP Or UDP

This is another struggle area for many programmers. Most sockets come with complete API to support both, so either way is quite trivial for someone who’s done more than a few months of programming, assuming proper training and mentorship. Usually, … Continue reading

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Constant Or Variable

All code constructs, operands or operators, break down to two types: constants and variables. If an operand is constant, it is sometimes called a literal; else, it is a variable or simply an input holder. Likewise, if an operator is … Continue reading

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Unmanaged Or Managed

I was about to present a few proper English translations of Chinese poetry just to prove that my Chinese is still pretty good, contrary to the common stereotype that Chinese people have about me. Competency always matters, wherever you live … Continue reading

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Is That Okay?

The dolls and trolls of Internet In everywhere to find Are you and me and every pet Of Matrix great that binds. We on and off the clouds that feed A world of blogs and shops Are here to meet … Continue reading

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Year 2014

A dress, of milky kind of white, On milky kind of skin, Was made to tempt a gentle bite That leaves a burn within. A hand, of silky kind of touch, On silky kind of lines, Was made to light … Continue reading

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