(not so) Stupid catchphrase

My first twitter post was something like:

“everything should start with a ‘hello world’ thing and end with a ‘one more thing’ one”.

Two references to computer as the “hello world” program represents the very first program that people are used to code. “One more thing” is the usual catchphrase from Steve Jobs at the end of his keynotes. He was boring us (or exciting us) with things people weren’t there for and pretend to end his talk but… Oups forgot something (of course you’ve forgotten the main thing Steve !) … and this is a revolution.


It’s quite funny to think that at the very end, people should have one more thing to say or do, just to delay this moment and, in a way, restart something … 🙂


About Ptitnic

Réunionnais qui a jeté ses bagages à Rennes où finalement il fait bon vivre. Depuis peu à Luxembourg pour le travail. Venez vous promener au sein du maelström de mon petit univers fait d'elfes, de Bebop, d'intelligence artificielle, des trivialités de la vie qui me passent sous la main et sous les yeux.
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One Response to (not so) Stupid catchphrase

  1. Fabruccio says:

    Dear Old Friend, let me do it in the rules and say “Hello World of Ptitnic!”

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