First, truth is never as clear cut as we’d like . We like our ‘facts’ to say, “this is black, that is white”. This unfortunately is rarely the case. ‘This’ may be slightly darker than ‘that’ but they’re both kind of grey. When you ask any expert who studies the data, you’ll find that the closer you get to the truth, the less definitive it gets. You might find out that many diverse opinions are partially right, but nobody is completely right. This satisfies nobody, makes for terrible press articles, and certainly won’t satisfy your dogmatic friend, parent, or co-worker. And this is assuming that a person’s ‘facts’ are actual facts (I’m looking at you, internet).
I am answering this question anonymously because I don’t want to hurt the relatives of the person I mention in this answer. Also, some of the that helped this person might not want their help to be known. While this does not concern a child of mine, it does involve cutting off ties with a person I cared a lot for. I am male, and the person was female. Our relationship was what would usually be termed platonic. At several points, we both considered dating each other, but we never dated. I think she wanted to keep me as a friend, because most of her serious relationships ended very badly. I knew this person for about 21 years. Let’s call her Betty (which has no letters in common with her real name).
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With glass, however, the applications created must be very contextual , and likely not demand one’s full attention, thus testing must require actually being out and about or at least a simulation based on what the app actually does. For example if you are making a running app, and you’re Wizard of Ozing as described earlier, you will probably need to
Seeing this impact firsthand totally changed what I look for in a . Since then, my code has been used for more law enforcement, disaster relief, defense, intelligence, insurance, energy, trader oversight, prosecution, retail, and anti-human trafficking. I see news articles on my wall and hear reports on NPR about things my software is doing, or the impact of other teams in my building; they almost never mention that Palantir is involved, but we know. As others have pointed out, meaningfulness is subjective, and I can only speak to how I feel. But just because there are gray areas doesn’t mean you should give up the search for work that really resonates with you.