It is that all of the key inputs into the economy—land, labor, and money—are only created and sustained through continuous government action. The employment system, the arrangements for buying and selling real estate, and the supplies of money and credit are organized and maintained through the exercise of government’s rules, regulations, and powers.
Of course, PDFs can still be freely downloaded (https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/paulmck/perfbook/perfbook.html). And if you are in the Portland area Thursday April 10th, feel free to join the celebration (https://plus.google.com/events/cedj97f74gbto1m60cq0pli1e84)!
You see, a word such as "architecture" is not just a metaphor in its impact; it has concrete influence on policy and people. To pick up the accounting opex/capex story again, it turns out that accountants in the USA have looked at the "phases" and activities of software development through their naive view, to answer their question of activity- based accounting. These accountants learned (read, heard) that there is an "architecture phase" done by "architects", followed by a "construction phase" called "programming." Just like a concrete building, they have reasoned by analogy inspired by the words they are hearing (since they donʼt really know whatʼs going on), that the creative design step is the "architecting" done by the "architects" (and itʼs opex), and the "programming phase" is a non-creative manufacturing activity like making doughnuts on an assembly line, from the "architectural software blueprint." And itʼs capex.
Of course, this is utter nonsense. Any really experienced software developer knows that.
Limerence is sometimes also interpreted as infatuation, or what is colloquially known as a "crush"; however, in common speech, infatuation includes aspects of immaturity and extrapolation from insufficient information and is usually short-lived.
Limerence develops and is sustained when there is a certain balance of hope and uncertainty.
In most cases, what destroys limerence is a suitably long period of time sans reciprocation.
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