Found this one off Digg:
1. Share everything.
Use open source where possible, and contribute to it when you are able. The collective wisdom of the entire community is better than the limited vision of a few large companies.
15. And then remember the ****-and-Jane books and the first word you learned - the biggest word of all - LOOK.
You won't learn anything at all if you don't try. Everything I learned in programming came from trying new stuff and generally playing around. Every morning I read a lot of sites to see what is happening in the programming world; I have been doing this since my first job in the early 80's (when it meant reading catalogs and magazines).