Parkinson’s law of triviality

“Bicycle shed” and “Bike shed” redirect here. For the physical structure, see Shed. Parkinson’s law of triviality, also known as bikeshedding or the bicycle-shed example, is C. Northcote Parkinson’s 1957 argument that organizations give disproportionate weight to trivial issues.

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Why Should I Care What Color the Bikeshed Is?

From freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/misc.html#bikeshed-painting;see also phk.freebsd.dk/sagas/bikeshed.html for historical background. “The really, really short answer is that you should not. The somewhat longer answer is that just because you are capable of building a bikeshed does not mean you should stop others from building one just because you do not like the color they plan to paint it.

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Creating Advanced HTML Tables In WordPress Using Plugins

Tables remain the most practical way of displaying large amounts of information to visitors. Unfortunately, creating tables manually using HTML and CSS is unnecessarily time consuming. Thankfully, there are a number of good WordPress plugin solutions that let you quickly insert stylish tables into your content area.

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Community Pool

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WebDevStudios/CLI-Cheat-Sheet

Utilizing SSH keys in conjunction with the servers you connect to is a great and highly recommended security practice. SSH keys help the server validate and authenticate who you are. SSH servers can even be setup to require a known valid SSH key in order for the server to acknowledge you to begin the login process.

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