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Norman Ralph Augustine
July 27, 1935 -
Nationality: American
Category: Author
Subcategory: American Author

Simple systems are not feasible because they require infinite testing.


The best way to make a silk purse from a sow's ear is to begin with a silk sow. The same is true of money.


There are no lazy veteran lion hunters.


It's easy to get a loan unless you need it.


By the time the people asking the questions are ready for the answers, the people doing the work have lost track of the questions.


A hungry dog hunts best. A hungrier dog hunts even better.


One cannot legislate problems out of existence. It has been tried.


Regulations grow at the same rate as weeds.


One should expect that the expected can be prevented, but the unexpected should have been expected.


Any task can be completed in only one-third more time than is currently estimated.


One of the most feared expressions in modern times is 'The computer is down.'

    Topics: Computer

The early bird gets the worm.The early worm... gets eaten.


If you can afford to advertise, you don't need to.


Most projects start out slowly - and then sort of taper off.


Rank does not intimidate hardware. Neither does the lack of rank.


Hardware works best when it matters the least.


If the Earth could be made to rotate twice as fast, managers would get twice as much done. If the Earth could be made to rotate twenty times as fast, everyone else would get twice as much done since all the managers would fly off.


By the time of the United States Tricentennial, there will be more government workers than there are workers.


Decreased business base increases overhead. So does increased business base.

    Topics: Business

Although most products will soon be too costly to purchase, there will be a thriving market in the sale of books on how to fix them.


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