Technically it's an aerostat.
Technically it's an aerostat.
Well, Iraq was pushed to collapse. That did not go so well. Syria was pushed to collapse. Not ideal either.
Burma/Myanmar was not pushed to collapse, and instead relations were softened. That is going fairly well.
I am not sure the push-to-collapse strategy has any successes to its name. Well possibly Germany 1945.
It carries gas.
Ever read Boneshaker?
But remember that I see a lot of B.Sc. grads with Computing Science degrees and zero experience in IT.
Get into an intern position in IT, and get a GPA of 3.8 or more.
Masters degrees cost a lot more.
Doctorates cost even more.
At least you can write and RTFM.
You're not a liberal arts major, by any chance, are you? 'Cuz one thing STEM tries to do is kill the belief that an anecdote counters data.
Why yes, I am a liberal arts major, who studied classical logic, among other things. I was responding to the assertion that 'most' liberal arts majors ended up as lowly restaurant workers. I countered that by asserting a) that restaurant workers are not so lowly as characterised; b) that drawing general conclusions about people's prospects based on their education does not bear out, particularly where some of the more respected and influential jobs are concerned; and c) that in a number of cases, a liberal arts education is a precursor to the kind of work that most people can only dream about.
You see, I was actually not making a positive argument so much as rebutting (and refuting) someone else's crass, inaccurate and unsubstantiated assertion that a liberal arts degree is valueless. Shocking, isn't it, to see a STEM major failing so badly at applying basic logic?
But yeah, the plural of anecdote is not always data.
P.S. For the humour-impaired: I'm a keyboard monkey, too. A liberal arts educated keyboard monkey.
I second this comment. besides teaching college which will probably involve a graduate degree, most of thejobs with a liberal arts degree involve asking "Do you want fries with that?"
First - I supported myself for a decade working in bars and restaurants. There are more interesting people living interesting lives employed in that sector than just about any other.
Second - Ridley Scott went to art college. Peter Jackson was self-taught. James Cameron was a truck driver. The people who have done more to shape your vision than you're likely able to realise followed no discernible pattern of behaviour. I'd advise you to save your derision until someone's earned it.
Case in point: One 'liberal arts' friend of mine plays the king of the White Walkers on GoT. Another works on The Daily Show. How's your job look now, keyboard monkey?
Have an English degree, found it useless. went back got my BSEE, been employed as such ever since. short version, go back and get your degree.
Did a double major in Theatre and English Literature. After 20 years of gainful employment in systems software development and consulting, I'm now CTO at an international think tank. I also know the value of capitalisation and punctuation.
Short version: It's horses for courses; reflect carefully, then do what you feel is best. If you're smart, the real determining factor is how hard you're willing to work, and how well you continue to learn.
I should point out that citizens of Washington State have a State Constitution which specifically gives us stronger privacy rights than most Americans.
You can't even use GPS trackers on our cars without a specific court order, even though you can do this in most states.
Same goes for our cell phone data.
Same goes for our front yards.
Now turn off your cop cam you're recording my lawn illegally, copper!
The first rule is that nobody talks about Bird Fight Club
A map by territory shows places that are pretty empty but have a common language.
A map by population has problems handling multiple languages in use in one location.
A map by language density using vertical bars or color shading to imply pop density might work, if dithered properly.
From the most common hacked password (password) to the second most common password (death)
Or using their cat's name, found in all their FB pics, instead of their dog's name (same thing).
Yeah, that will do it.
Always draw your curves, then plot your reading.