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Truer words were never spoken

May 1st, 2014 - 7:21 am

Theodore Dalrymple: “One of the things that medical practice teaches the observer of human nature is that no behavior is so bizarre that humans are incapable of it and will not indulge in it.”

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My theory takes it a step further: Everyone is really quite bizarre, it's just that some of us hide it better than others.
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My experience as a software developer bears this out, albeit in a far more restricted fashion. I have learned over the years that a box that says "enter the term of the loan in months, between 120 and 480" does not mean that a user will enter an integer between 120 and 480, or even an integer, or even a number, rather than, say, the word "Texas". Fortunately, user interfaces today make it far easier to handle the behavior of users than the user interfaces of, say 1980.
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