But did you account for....the California house wife who dies of stress related to the idea that radiation from Japan got into her organic cow milk soy blend?
Flip a coin...heads they would have done better, tails worse. If the coin lands on its edge they would do exactly the same.
Spoiler Alert: The Titanic sunk because it filled with water.
Surprised nobody seems to have mentioned the Berkley Webcast yet. http://webcast.berkeley.edu/ It is an online collection of class videos, lectures, and course materials for a variety of subjects including computer science.
Their into to CS is much easier to get into for a beginner than the MIT OpenCourseWare. http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
It seems to me that both Math and CS students could use some more "set theory" training. We live in a world full of information. Sorting, arranging, and reporting on that data is becoming a bigger task. Even a small business has more data than you can manually validate. You need some good database setup and understanding to make sure what you get out of it is correct.
I will live on vegetables when they can make a turnip or some other vegetable taste like a nice juicy medium rare rib-eye steak.
All they need know how to do is stick soft humans with a sharp stick. We are nowhere near as tough as we think we are. We couldn't stop Chucky dolls much less Terminators.
That post read like a conversation gone wrong between me and my wife.
But you get this shiny coin with a nice heft to it... err at least I think you do. All the articles have pictures of these bit coins and they look pretty hefty.
Does it smell of the orifice it was pulled out of?
If he was only pulled over because the officer observed him using an electronic device then the driver was correct. If he was pulled over for dangerous or reckless driving while using a device then the office wrote him the wrong ticket.
Computer science is not about computers...nor is it a science. A quote that I remember is often attributed to Dijkstra:
"Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes. "
If I had known that years ago I might have a degree in EE rather than CS.
You load your friend you car and he promises to take care of it.
You sell your car to a person not your friend.
You ask your friend for the car back. He can't or won't give it back to you to deliver to the buyer.
Don't blame the wizards! This is clearly the fault of people who do fancy maths with an 's'.
It is a priority queue. Vegemite comes to the top first, then old rocks after.