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  • To (play) is a poetry collection by Czeslaw Milosz. It was first published in 2000.
  • A stringed musical instrument with a fretted fingerboard, typically incurved sides, and six or twelve strings, played by plucking or strumming with the fingers or a plectrum
  • a stringed instrument usually having six strings; played by strumming or plucking
  • The guitar is a plucked string instrument, usually played with fingers or a pick. The guitar consists of a body with a rigid neck to which the strings, generally six in number but sometimes more, are attached.
  • (guitarist) a musician who plays the guitar
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  • gain knowledge or skills; "She learned dancing from her sister"; "I learned Sanskrit"; "Children acquire language at an amazing rate"
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  • Commit to memory
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171 - RIF
171 - RIF
There was a RIF in my office this past week. Pronouced like "riff", as in "guitar riff", RIF is short for Reduction In Force. With this round of RIF, a few managers were chopped off the payroll, but I suppose the next round might see double or worse that number of little guys. By extension, if you are a victim of a RIF, you can consider yourself RIFed. I like RIFed as an adjective because it looks almost like FIRED. When you are RIFed, you have thirty days to look elsewhere within the firm for another job, but personally I don't know anyone who actually did that. Chances are if your own current department doesn't want you anymore, no one else would, or even if they want you they may want you for less than what you make. So, whether you're fired or you're RIFed, whether it's immediate dismissal or termination in thirty days, over time the result is the same.

This cartoon was partly inspired by DiscoverySchool.com and partly by Joan Irvine's book titled How To Make Pop-Ups. Originally I thought of making a maze using DiscoverySchool.com's online puzzle maker, but time constraint forced me to draw it right on the board. Using the software would be nice, but then I would have to print it at home, using Poster Print to make it big enough for the white board. With the Purple wordsearch puzzle, it was tedious to write all those letters so I wasn't going to repeat that with the maze.

There is no End for the maze. Unless you cheat and erase the lines with your finger, it was designed to always lead you to a dead end. For the eyes and the two ends of scythe, I pasted a "talking mouth" popup. As you open and close the popup, the mouth seems to be opening and closing. Inside each mouth I wrote the phrase "U R RIFed". There's a tiny chance I'll whip up an animgif and image-map for the picture so that as the mouse hovers over pop-ups the anim would play. The key words here are "tiny chance". I have all the tools and learning them shouldn't be hard, but free time is such a precious commodity that I don't have much of.

I thought of having different phrases inside the mouths, like "U R Fired", "U caused a P1S1, U R Terminated", "Hello Mom. Bye", and "U quitted on your own, it's a Tamparary problem", but decided to focus on RIF instead. P1S1, by the way, is Priority One Severity One, the highest rating that can be given to a (computer) problem, with monetary loss in the billions of dollars.
LEARNING (a sonnet)
LEARNING (a sonnet)
Learning to hate: because the sweetest words Were only there to fill the inner gaps Of our mutual temptation. Play some chords And I will sing the song, weaving the traps. The sky is turning, and the taste is sour. We left the glassful out at night. An urn That we forgot about: it was not our Habit to care for it, but let it burn. Now, if I look at me – reflected bits – I see the face of someone in distress. My mouth is firm, my eyes no more than slits I am a pawn in my own game of chess. All that I wanted was, of course, what you despised Hate comes in waves and storming, with silver needles, iced. (Sonnet by SiRiChandra)

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