interesting perspective on computers
This is the perfect blog for everyone who really wants to understand this topic.
You know a whole lot its almost tough to argue with you (not that I
personally would want to…HaHa). You certainly put a new
spin on a subject which has been discussed for decades.
Great stuff, just great!
I did not, but wanting to move away from WP was only *part* of the reason, the other part was I wanted to learn more about how the new stuff in HTML5/CSS worked together and wanted the satisfaction of understanding how each piece of my site worked and how it all worked together…
Did you look at medium? or even a google site (a little vomit)
This offers a really good description of the curriculum. I heard that some other universities have a more open curriculum, with just a few core classes and the majority being up for decision of the student.
And there is also the fact that most students don’t know what to take, so they want the decision be made for them, which probably could be solved with a recommended curriculum path, and giving students who know what they want a more flexible approach.
This was probably one of my favorite posts of the semester. I read it a month or two ago and I keep thinking about it. I like how you explained the algorithms using the descriptive, human readable code. Really got me thinking about how algorithms/data analysis can be used to find patterns in society that one person may not be able to find on their own.
Yes. Yes, indeed.
I think not.
Serious artists, unite.
That Whitehead quote is a doozy. Another garden of delights beckons! Thanks. Really stimulating stuff.
oh never mind, I misread, it’s two volumes, not two copies. And I couldn’t find the quote. In part one, however, there is a paper titled “Computer Microworlds and Scientific Inquiry: An Alternative Approach to Science Education” hmmm.