“Danger, Will Robinson!” is a catchphrase from the 1960s’ American television series Lost in Space spoken by voice actor Dick Tufeld. The Robot B9, acting as a surrogate guardian, says this to young Will Robinson when the boy is unaware of an impending threat.
In everyday use, the phrase warns someone that they are about to make a mistake or that they are overlooking something. The phrase is also used in hacker culture.
Read More…. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danger,_Will_Robinson
“At your own pace”
What: Advertising and Advice Slogan
Read a Related Article Here: It’s Really Okay to Go at Your Own Pace – The Huffington Post – Living
“It’ll be alright!”
This was an old catch phrase I used to reassure people that what appeared to be a big mess was actually not anything to sweat in my book.
It usually worked well!
“Steep learning curve.”
Used to mean something is hard to learn, as in climbing a steep hill.
“You can be ornery when you’re Scotty, but not when you’re Kirk.” – Paul Graham
While reading a long but very interesting article from 2013 by Paul Graham I found this jewel there. Talking about the ‘people handling’ style of engineers vs. sales people. Mostly differences in Customer Service orientation.
I don’t think I’m like this but I could be……
Read full Article –> Do Things That Don’t Scale
“Computers are dumber than people but smarter than programmers”, Jerry Pournelle
I really hesitated to include this word in this directory. ‘Sheeple’ is one of two words I really hate… The other is ‘consumer’.
Sheeple (a portmanteau of “sheep” and “people”) is a derogatory term that highlights the herd behavior of people easily controlled by a governing power which likens them to sheep, a herd animal that is easily led about.