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General Discussion / Re: What Goes Into a Life Changing Moment?
« on: June 29, 2020, 02:52:06 pm »
An inspiring speech and article by a drama student, Dominic Zhai: Life Changing Lessons I Learned from Drama School and Acting. Everyone can learn a lesson from a single event (from small to big) and notice the life changing moments during the early steps of our path: education, career, retirement.

My essay: Life changing moments for a freshman


Computers - Technology / Re: How do augmented reality books work?
« on: June 14, 2020, 10:08:12 pm »
No wonder there's a huge demand for e-books and AR books for kids and students. 360alley recommends a list of 50 AR/VR resources for colleges that can move the academic writing to the next level. With the smartpens and audio tools students do not neet to waste time for the writing itself. They just need to edit their papers afterwards.
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Computers - Technology / Re: Meditation and new technologies!!
« on: June 14, 2020, 06:55:01 pm »
Hi, I've analyzed the effects of emdr sensors on meditating (my student's essay). You may also think about brain augmentation and how it will influence the spheres of everyday life (including meditation).
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P2P - Filesharing / Re: BitTorrent Uploader Escapes Jail, Loses Job
« on: June 10, 2020, 02:56:49 pm »
Two years prior, Grant Stanley, a 23-year-old BitTorrent site admin was accused of copyright infringement and had to spend 5 months in prison and got a $3000 fine. Interestingly, Drexel University students are usually getting into trouble with cyberactivity even now: one of the students, Jacob Waitze, was actually caught cyberstalking his classmate.

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Scripts & Development / Re: Script Organization Suggestion
« on: June 08, 2020, 10:08:35 pm »
I study programming online at GCU and need to finish my research project in 11 days (and then I'll take 2 final exams online). I need to compare alternatives: Bit Che vs Niigu vs TorrentRover. I've seen issues described after an upgrade to Windows 10.

GCU student

Gaming / Re: a 13-year-old game
« on: June 04, 2020, 10:27:05 pm »
I just recall my Mathematics classes in primary school - I was crazy about strategy and math related games. Unfortunately, Iron Lore Entertainment was closed after it has released eTitan Quest and Warhammer 40 000: Dawn of War — Soulstorm. My mathematical thinking was good enough, when I was playing.
Now it's only getting worse with the routine copypasting from paraphrasing tools for my term papers...

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As a CS major myself, I should tell you that some of the CS subjects are sometimes tedious. Like calculus, for example, though it's of little to no use for the CS career. I was choosing an online program between UMGC and WGU. But there's a lot more to this major than just programming and computer science.
I would start with TechTerms and HowStuffWorks to learn more about computers.

Gaming / Topic
« on: July 16, 2019, 08:11:58 pm »
Re: Should I buy a gaming pc?
I’m currently a console player but I’m considering buying a gaming pc, I dream about having a sick set up and using mouse and keyboard instead of  write my paper in 2 hours about controller I think would be really fun and a new challenge.

Are there any more pros I should know about when you have a nice gaming pc/set up? Also are there any cons?

I guess you already started with the pros and there are quite a lot of them. But as for the cons, I think the first one is that the first entry is rather expensive (I've just built my first gaming PC and I know that it's way too expensive). The second disadvantage - some developers do not create the PC version of the game, yeah, it's rare but still (take Naughty Dog, for example). So you will need a PS4 alongside.

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