Very good to know. The Surprising Benefits of Being Unemployed: “I could have anticipated them even before a supervisor tapped me on the shoulder and said he needed to talk to me about something. (‘Do you have a minute?’ he asked. What would have happened if I’d said no, that I was too busy?)” What a day that was … er … must be.
Yes, it’s the sociology of the dock and I’ve felt the intense curiosity myself. curious. O’Reilly Network: What’s on Your Dock? [Sep. 30, 2003]: “You know how it is. You’re sitting somewhere, next to another Mac user you don’t know (at a conference, in the Apple Store, on the plane, wherever), and you just can’t resist the urge to send a sideways glance at the other person’s Dock.”
HOWTO: write bad documentation that looks good: Cool howto on how to write “an incoherent work of speculative fiction” which is increasingly vital to our society.