so there is something much more important than genetics in determining IQ.
doesn't quite follow from these results.
google doesn't have anything other than incidental pairings of the words quatloo and Akkadian.
To properly understand my post, read it in the voice of John Ratzenberger playing the character Cliff on the US television show Cheers.
Did I tell you about my trip to Iraq? Here, I have pictures...
Graduate students and professors need to "publish or perish". I'm hoping that at least some of them will use at least some of their publishing time to write free textbooks.
It is unlikely that a free textbook (or any textbook, really) will count for tenure, in either the social or physical sciences, barring very high level technical textbooks.
So, yes, they would be wasting their time unless already well established. That rules out grad students and early career professors.
However, people are getting more educated and tech-savvy in general.
That is false: familiarity with facebook does not mean tech-savvy.
A surprising portion of even the very best and brightest 18-22 year olds would still hold a floppy disk completely level if you told them the bits might fall off.
had proprietary SCSI connectors,
DB-25 was a proprietary connector?
Apple was famous for their cheapness and that "hardware that could support GUIs" was a 9" monochrome monitor with terrible resolution. PC's had better than that from the start.
I remember the IIgs in color.
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