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November 23, 2006

Careers for Computer Science Graduates

The British Computer Society opinions that the UK isn’t producing enough computer science graduates. In response many people from the information systems side of computing complain that skills are being wasted due to ageism.

After 20 years in the systems/network side of computing the following notions float around my head:

  • Do most people in graduate level computer jobs really need to know more about computers, or is poor inter-personal and communication skills a bigger problem?
  • Feminists complain that a job history of career followed by being a primary child carer followed by career just isn’t available in our society. Is this a similar issue to the non-availability of career, slow decay into a technological dead-end followed by a new career as a job narrative?
  • My tip to computer science graduates: get into labour only subcontracting, save a load of dosh, don’t worry about being on the scrap-heap at 40, just retire.
  • If the retirement age is pushed up to 68, won’t there be a flood of shelf stackers and lollypop people in their 60’s?

November 04, 2006

Wheelchair access

I thought it’s a silly place to put this sign:
White Line
Wheelchair access
Closeup:

Wheelchair access cycles will be removed

Until I saw


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