Our daughter signed up for Codeademy (http://codeademy.com/)to help her with a CS course she was taking at UBC. She's in Arts but needed a science and CS fit the bill. She found Codeademy very helpful. She got an A+ in the CS course.
I'd love to see a source for that prediction.
Bingo. Back in the day I did T&M at a reasonably high rate given I was just out of school, but once I was done bug fixes were free as long as I was working on another project there. We should have had a formal contract, but we didn't.
5490? That's not old.
I've been told, by a bio ethicist, that there at six genes that influence height. So the idea that's there's just one gene for IQ seems odd.
Major issue was the strange sounds that went with it when in operation, that and time seemed to slow down. Was somewhat expensive, costing ~6 million to out fit a person with a few limbs. Hope this is an improvement.
Come up with a cool design and get it printed using a 3D printer in white plastic. Could be very high tech and classy. No idea on the cost.
Get's my vote.
Only one thing from the summary wasn't in Google Buzz and well, 95% of Buzz is imported twitter posts, not using any of those features. Why would G+ be different?
Yeah I'm old school, before the trolls.
Now that's sad.
What is this 6 digit Slashdot account you speak of ???
This Stretch of Space Cleared by JAXA, keeping the space lanes beautiful.
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As this story on CBC point out bifocals increase the risk of falling.
So yes switching your gaze is easy with tradition bifocals, but they reduce your field of vision for certain things like walking.