Stack Overflow careers just e-mailed me about another position opening in New York.
Why is it that as soon as I actually get a job everyone suddenly wants to hire me, but back when I was actually looking no one gave me a second glance?
Google, Stack Overflow, Thoughtworks, etc
Everyone started wanting me while I was moving to TORONTO
For the record, this was my reply:
Sorry dawg, you missed the boat. I just got a new job in the beautifully terrifying city of Toronto. Since I am actually enjoying my new responsibilities and perks I'm not particularly interested in looking elsewhere at the moment.
I am, however, interested in giving you one extra e-mail to brighten your otherwise dreary inbox. Behold! A happy alligator: ~~m"= He doesn't want to bite you because he is too happy. Look how happy he is. ~~m"<
@Toronto I'm not a frequent reader, I kind of happened upon it some time ago. I did like the Toronto post... And there was one earlier one about SO that I remember I didn't entirely agree with but was very nicely written.
Suffrage, political franchise, or simply the franchise is the civil right to vote, or the exercise of that right. In English, suffrage and its synonyms are sometimes also used to mean the right to run for office (to be a candidate), but there are no established qualifying terms to distinguish between these different meanings of the term(s). The right to run for office is sometimes called (candidate) eligibility, and the combination of both rights is sometimes called full suffrage. In many other languages, the right to vote is called the active right to vote and the right to be voted for (to...
If you open the <sub> tag and forget to close it in a question's text, it will render text as subscript in the preview zone, but not on the actual question's page.
For instance, this text renders as subscript from the preview zone.
Have you ever wondered why the vote buttons and score are so prominent on every Stack Exchange question?
Putting voting front and center is very much intentional; it is how …
It’s only through voting that a class of editors, closers, and moderators can emerge to help run and govern the site. Voting is how site leadership forms. That’s why the reputation leagues show a breakdown of reputation spectrums.
Does your site have a healthy middle class of users with vote up and down, and edit tag privileges? Does it have a healthy governing class of users with edit, close, and moderation privileges? All of this requires sufficient reputation, which in turn requires users to exercise their right to vote. …