In Philosophy, As Much As In Software Engineering, You Don't Get Credit For Originality.
In Philosophy, as much as in software engineering, you don't get credit for
originality. What matters is the final product, not who came up with the
idea for each feature first.
There's no point in keeping an idea to yourself since there's a 10 to 1 chance that somebody already has it and will share it before you.
Objective philosophy is like a pencil sharpener for one's mind. Shlomi Fish
Linux - because software problems should not cost money. -- Shlomi Fish
Linux - Because Software Problems Should not Cost Money. Shlomi Fish
In science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea first occurs.
-- Sir William Osle...
It matters not so much what you sing, but why -- J.S. Bach
Jargon Coiner (#9) An irregular feature that aims to give you advance warning of new jargon that we've just made up.
* RHYMES WITH CYNICS: The final answer to any debate about how to pronounce Linux....