[FIXME: ... see also Game Tips video_game.html and science_quotes.html and creed.html Should I move all these quote there ? ]

"What we do, I sometimes feel, is akin to trying to build a violin using a stone mallet and chain saw" -- Geoffrey R. Loftus, a psychologist "the American Psychological Association's ... task force also recommends that researchers ... strive for simplicity in research designs" http://www.sciencenews.org/sn_arc97/6_7_97/bob1.htm

"If you don't tell people what's wrong, they won't be able to fix it." -- Jahn Rentmeister http://www.uni-muenster.de/WiWi/home/rentmei/html/opti.html#pointless

  Linus's Law:
  Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are blatant.
  Given enough fingers, all fixes are trivial.
-- as restated by David Cary (originally by Eric S. Raymond http://www.ccil.org/~esr/writings/cathedral-paper-4.html )

"In fact, my main conclusion after spending ten years of my life working on the TeX project is that software is hard." -- Donald Knuth

"Read the best books first, or you may not have a chance to read them all" -- Henry David Thoreau

An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation. Nor does truth become error because nobody sees it. -- Mahatma Gandhi

"If there is one thing that historians know, it's that nothing great was ever achieved except by those who were filled with passion. Their passion may have been illogical, even bizarre to modern people. Their understanding of the world and what they were doing may have been false. It usually was. But they were not afraid to act, guided by whatever ideas they had in their possession. Do not sneer at such people. You would not be here without them." ... "Do not sneer at such people, Professor Toledo. However often they fumble the task, they are the creators of the future." -- Indira, a character in a book by Eric Flint 1997 http://www.baen.com/library/067187800X/067187800X__22.htm