Maybe add a simple quiz that tests for knowledge of the Constitution... (snip)
Can you make this mandatory for the people running for office first?
I expect that is may be mostly do the fact most apps made today still are created with the idea of 32bit in mind. (For Windows and Linux).
Stopped reading right there
Hell, I used to do that with Infocom games back in the DOS days, because every command would hit the floppy to return the appropriate response.
Solution: RAM disk the same size as the floppy (320K), copy the whole disk to RAM to play, save games to the B: floppy. Game actions were stupidly fast for the most part.
When I grew up in Western Canada, we had like an hour to eat lunch at school. So we took our time and then ran around outside for 20-30 minutes.
A year I moved to the Eastern US and we had 20 minutes to eat lunch, and then we had to go immediately back to class, with no chance of leaving the school.
Either way I had a packed lunch from home, but I hated having to wolf it all down with no time to relax.
It's mostly bullshit pseudo-science and fuzzy-headed intellectualism.
Essentially "Nerd church" for the Gladwell crowd. The strict format and time limits per slide do not encourage actual learning.
TEDx is even worse.
I was playing poker the other night... with Tarot cards. I got a full house and 4 people died. -- Steven Wright