Having ANY degree is a good thing, though. It shows that you can follow through with a long-term project, which is what a degree ultimately is. I'm getting a degree in Information Systems, which includes database and other applicable programming. It's much less theory, and a lot more relevant learning.
Even better is if you're taking notes while recording (as in say during a lecture). Play back the audio file that is now embedded in your notebook (the Mac version oddly doesn't support this yet), and the notes that you took at the time will be highlighted as you wrote them. It's awesome.
An anonymous reader writes: Across all markets, the PlayStation 3 sold an astounding 3.8 million units, a 76% increase from the previous year. This marks the most successful holiday sales for the PlayStation 3 in the consoles history.