Certainly not. That's the easy part.
No, they think "axe" is something you do with a question.
I didn't get past the poor English in the summary.
You're being prepped for the real world.
In all seriousness, your impressions of the flipped/inverted model as a student are the same as mine as a professor. There are classes in which this can be very effective, but it relies very strongly on the motivation, work ethic, and time management skills of the students involved.
Having attended the best university in my country, Waterloo, I can say with absolute certainty that university education is complete crap.
Part of the problem may be that you mistakenly believe that your institution is the best in the country. Waterloo rounds out the bottom of the top ten in most listings.
I agree though that many, if not most undergraduate programs have become rather underwhelming.
Considering that DEFCON counts *down* as danger becomes more imminent, level 11 (comatose) probably applies in her case.
Those who modded this "funny" obviously missed the options for "+1 insightful," and "+1 disturbing, but true."
On the other hand, we can look at published academic studies which show that note-taking can be highly effective.
BTW, by taking good notes in college, I learned that one must not rely on anecdotal evidence.
*Which* premise is wrong, and *what* part of the leaked documents shows that?
My PIN is 9999, it'll be the last number it could possibly try!
This alludes to a somewhat valid sidebar. A more intelligent algorithm would crack most passwords much more efficiently than a sequential brute force. E.g. prioritize
- digits in forward or reverse sequence
- repeated digits or repeated pairs
- digits that can represent dates
In fact, a quick google search (!) reveals that there are quite a few shortcuts they could build into the scheme before resorting to pure brute. There's no sense giving up on efficiency just because the speed is already bottlenecked by mechanical limitations.
The canal has been under the control of the Panamanian government since 1999.
How naive you are. If the sovereign Panamanian government fell out of step with their American backers, you can be sure that a coup would bring things back in line within months. Again.
When you initiate an argument with "everyone knows that..." or by redefining the position of the group that you want to attack, it's usually a signal to the reader that what is about to follow is rhetoric and/or horseshit.
Now try that again, maybe even give an authoritative reference or two, and you'll notice that your response will sound significantly less like you've been brainwashed.
You're mostly right.
- "Want a NSA clearance?" is incorrect.
- "Want an NSA clearance?" is better.
- "Want NSA clearance?" would be better still. There's no need for an article at all.
I hope you are not suggesting DEFCON might go Brazilian on them?
We can haggle over a working definition of privacy, but unauthorized waxing in *that region* is way, way over the line.
I've also found the prices, with shipping, to be less than competitive. However, I also live 5 minutes away from a TD retail location, and their prices -- when shipping isn't part of the equation -- are consistently 10-15% cheaper than any other option in my region, whether online or brick and mortar.