Numbers 1, 2 & 10
Paul SImon’s “Mother and Child Reunion”
Happy Mother’s Day
Well-capitalized start-up seeks extremely talented C/C++/Unix
developers to help pioneer commerce on the Internet. You must have
experience designing and building large and complex (yet maintainable)
systems, and you should be able to do so in about one-third the time
that most competent people think possible. You should have a BS, MS,
or PhD in Computer Science or the equivalent. Top-notch communication
skills are essential. Familiarity with web servers and HTML would be
helpful but is not necessary.
Expect talented, motivated, intense, and interesting co-workers. Must
be willing to relocate to the Seattle area (we will help cover moving
Your compensation will include meaningful equity ownership.
Send resume and cover letter to Jeff Bezos:
US mail: Cadabra, Inc.
10704 N.E. 28th St.
Bellevue, WA 98004
We are an equal opportunity employer.
“It’s easier to invent the future than to predict it.” — Alan Kay
In this week’s SI, Jason Collins comes out of the closet as the first openly gay player in a major American team sport. (Kwaku Alston/SI)
I’ve been trying for the last hour to think of a chart to make so I could share this, but haven’t come up with anything good, so f**k it, I’ll break protocol and just share it. This is a great moment and a very thoughtful, well-written piece by Collins.
(tip of the hat to Ben)
Happy Birthday, Ella.
Josh Rouse’s “Middle School Frown”