Why a career in computer programming sucks

Temporary nature of knowledge capital

Let’s being by reviewing what I previously wrote about the four types of human capital.

Nice comments on this digg... reddit... whatever, social timewasting network of the month
"If making $130k a year sucks, there are plenty of people willing to take HS's place. This kind of talk really gets very little sympathy from the rest of America. If programming sucks, try working in a factory or any job that gets exposure to the weathers. How many patent lawyers do we really need?"

Computer programming is a job that’s heavily dependent on temporary knowledge capital. Only if you're bad at it.