Robert X. Cringely Quotes

Who is Robert X. Cringely?

Robert X. Cringely is the pen name of both technology journalist Mark Stephens and a string of writers for a column in InfoWorld, the one-time weekly computer trade newspaper published by IDG.

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Best Quotes by Robert X. Cringely

“For every hour of brains, you will be charged three hours. The other two hours go to management and project management, which is to say they are wasted.”

Robert X. Cringely

“If the automobile had followed the same development cycle as the computer, a Rolls-Royce would today cost $100, get a million miles per gallon, and explode once a year, killing everyone inside.”

Robert X. Cringely

“If you ask someone whether our Constitutional rights are being flushed down the porcelain oubliette, and their response is, "If I answer that honestly they'll arrest me," then you already have your answer.”

Robert X. Cringely

“More proof that trusting the Feds to protect our information is like hiring Homer Simpson to guard the donuts.”

Robert X. Cringely

“What you have to watch out for are the theories that claim to be infallible. Because the only way their believers can win is to stomp out everyone who disagrees with them.”

Robert X. Cringely

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“If everyone knew that they have lived countless times before and will live countless times again, how much more comforted would they feel! If they knew that there are spirits around them, when they are in a physical state; that after death, in a spiritual state, they will reunite with those spirits, including those of their dead loved ones, what a consolation it would be! If they knew that 'guardian angels' actually exist, how much safer would they feel! If they knew that acts of violence and injustice do not go unnoticed, but must be paid for with the same coin in other lives, how much less would be the desire for revenge! And if truly 'by knowledge we approach God', what use are material possessions and power, when they are an end in themselves and not a means for that approach? Greed and lust for power have no value.”

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