being multi interested is dangerous ?

loosewire

Joined Apr 25, 2008
1,686
Jack of all trades,I would nomiate #12 even if he thinks I have loosewire.
You don't want me to take the time to tell you you how to slew a hog.
Twenty to thirty you can,t have a lot of wall paper that means anything.
Some you earn,some given to you for being a nice guy. Throw in some
newspaper articles.It take time to make mistakes,more than ten years.
What part of the hog do you find the chit-lings,whats the recipe.
 

zero_coke

Joined Apr 22, 2009
294
Jack of all trades,I would nomiate #12 even if he thinks I have loosewire.
You don't want me to take the time to tell you you how to slew a hog.
Twenty to thirty you can,t have a lot of wall paper that means anything.
Some you earn,some given to you for being a nice guy. Throw in some
newspaper articles.It take time to make mistakes,more than ten years.
What part of the hog do you find the chit-lings,whats the recipe.

What in the world are you saying? Can you read it out loud to yourself and see if it makes sense?
 

loosewire

Joined Apr 25, 2008
1,686
You have to have experience to read this stuff.
You have to have read a lot of post.
You have to have some of this stuff to understand.
Someone will read it and you will understand It.
Give it a couple of days to sink In.
 

GetDeviceInfo

Joined Jun 7, 2009
1,688
Jack of all trades,I would nomiate #12 even if he thinks I have loosewire.
You don't want me to take the time to tell you you how to slew a hog.
Twenty to thirty you can,t have a lot of wall paper that means anything.
Some you earn,some given to you for being a nice guy. Throw in some
newspaper articles.It take time to make mistakes,more than ten years.
What part of the hog do you find the chit-lings,whats the recipe.
and my grandmother would say your wasting a good sausage casing.
 

thatoneguy

Joined Feb 19, 2009
6,359
Why dangerous? What do you understand for dangerous in that context?
Many modern US "educators" feel that to know more than one branch of science in any depth is only going to hurt your career. You must specialize to excel, they say.

That is true in some aspects, but if one has extra brain capacity, which covers over 60% of people, one can excel in multiple fields, and have a good working knowledge in several others as well.

To tell EVERYBODY that they have that ability is "wrong" today, since 40% will be lied to. This means that 60% of the products of our education system have been ingrained with "aiming low" when deciding what they are capable of.

So, yes, it is "Dangerous" in the way that some people may get their feelings hurt to realize they may not get to be a neurosurgeon after all. These days, to those in charge of education (in the US anyway), feelings matter as much as facts, sadly.

The reasons for the decline of "US Excellence" in technology and manufacturing are mufti-faceted, but the above is one of the larger facets.
 

loosewire

Joined Apr 25, 2008
1,686
Thankfully these professors never got to advise Steve Jobs and others.
My opinion of our higher learning system is not good.Students are paying
high fees to get into go no where degrees designed as Silly Paper.
The phase "Silly Paper" is copyrighted by a person on All About Curcuits
known as Loosewire 11/15/2011. Which may be printed in the American slang dictionary.
"Silly Paper" defined as a degree that will not result in a job after graduation.
 
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thatoneguy

Joined Feb 19, 2009
6,359
Thankfully these professors never got to advise Steve Jobs and others.
My opinion of our higher learning system is not good.Students are paying
high fees to get into go no where degrees designed as Silly Paper.
The phase "Silly Paper" is copyrighted by a person on All About Curcuits
known as Loosewire 11/15/2011. Which may be printed in the American slang dictionary.
"Silly Paper" defined as a degree that will not result in a job after graduation.
This post was 100% coherent and grammatically correct, with no hidden codes.

Who are you, and what did you do with loosewire?
 

studiot

Joined Nov 9, 2007
4,998
Jack of all..
To every old saw there is a countersaw. For this one we have:

If an expert is someone who knows a lot about a little then a true expert is someone who knows everything about nothing.

I do believe the Oxbridge science tripos (triple honours in maths, chemistry and physics) is still going strong for the very best.

go well
 
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