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Request: Post HD images of technology Anonymous 17/10/08(Sun)00:10 No. 16561 ID: 864454
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Hey guys, I recently started a computer science class in college and my networking teacher who is the head of the IT department wants us to impress him with the best personalization of our desktops.

> inb4 impress him with your computer programming skills as opposed to flashy images

No anons, No. The motto that he always repeats is that it's important to be "all rounded". He's seen lots of autist computer geeks who are geniuses at what they do but are pretty much mediocre/shit at nearly everything else in their life (social skills, organisation of themselves, writing CV's).

I would like to show off images that highlight an interest in tech along with high quality photography; so if I may ask you kindly to post your favorite images

> I would to the other chan but those fags banned me since June of this year and my shitty ISP hasn't renewed my "dynamic" I.P. address for 4 months.


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Anonymous 17/10/08(Sun)06:00 No. 16562 ID: 4892a9
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Boy I don't think I'd want to try to teach and be an IT head/director, although depending on the size of admission it could be doable.


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Anonymous 17/10/08(Sun)07:07 No. 16563 ID: 012486

> He's seen lots of autist computer geeks who are geniuses at what they do but are pretty much mediocre/shit at nearly everything else in their life (social skills, organisation of themselves, writing CV's).

There's no shame in being a specialist, nor in being a generalist. There's advantages and trade-offs to both approaches, as anyone who works in the field can tell you.
I'd much rather be asocial than spend any more than minimum amount of time worrying about the external appearance of a tool.




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