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+ - Bad undergrad

Submitted by crank-a-doodle
crank-a-doodle (1973286) writes "Well so after reading this I am troubled. You see i got into electronics engg. After 1 year i had realized that CS would hv been better. Now i think i should do my masters in CS. I've been learning new languages and I did hav some cs subjects like Operating sys basics. The only problem is that since i lost interest in electronics, i don't have like a good result. So what would slashdotters do in this scenario?"

Comment: Re:Extraordinary claims (Score 0) 163

by crank-a-doodle (#35364668) Attached to: World's Most Powerful Optical Microscope
do you guys even read the article or do you just read the heading and give start typing bull shit! Optical Microscopy! the link you give is 10 fold better this is 20 fold better.... Ofcourse the limit has been broken by earlier folks using particles other than light, but this gives you, to say in your "dumbed down" version, a full blown hd tv experience!(just a figure of speech)
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+ - Google’s Action Against Link Schemes Continu-> 1

Submitted by nj_peeps
nj_peeps (1780942) writes "Last week, J.C. Penney made the news for plummeting in Google rankings for everything from “area rugs” to “grommet top curtains”. Turns out the retail site had a number of suspicious links pointing at it that could be traced back to a link network intended to manipulate Google’s ranking algorithms.
Now, Overstock.com has lost rankings for another type of link that Google finds to be manipulation of their algorithms. And in the midst of all of this, a company with substantial publicity lately for running a paid link network announces they are getting out of the link business entirely."

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