- Feb 2021
If you don't understand both sides of an issue, you cannot make an intelligent choice; in fact, if you don't understand all the ramifications of your actions, you're not designing at all. You're stumbling in the dark.
- understand both sides of an issue
- living with the consequences
- understand the trade-offs
- decisions have long-lasting effects/consequences
- understand the ramifications/effects/consequences
- Oct 2020
The misspelling of referrer originated in the original proposal by computer scientist Phillip Hallam-Baker to incorporate the field into the HTTP specification. The misspelling was set in stone by the time of its incorporation into the Request for Comments standards document RFC 1945; document co-author Roy Fielding has remarked that neither "referrer" nor the misspelling "referer" were recognized by the standard Unix spell checker of the period.
- May 2020
Draulans, D. (2020, May 8). ‘Finally, a virus got me.’ Scientist who fought Ebola and HIV reflects on facing death from COVID-19. Science | AAAS. https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/05/finally-virus-got-me-scientist-who-fought-ebola-and-hiv-reflects-facing-death-covid-19
- lasting effects
- personal experience
- Peter Piot
The words that you have not spoken; you are their owner. The words you have spoken, they own you.
The data that organizations and individuals have committed to digital memory stands to ultimately control them.