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  • niloc132

    niloc132

    March 10, 2015, 10:35 am

    I think countability is what you are after. For example, integers are countably infinite, as are the rational numbers, but reals are uncountably infinite.

    The trick works like this - a set of numbers is countable if you can find a pattern that in a finite amount of time would reach any given number. For example, counting from 0, hit each positive number in order, followed by it's negative counterpart

    0,1,-1,2,-2,3, etc

    Following this, to reach any number n will take 2n steps.

    Rational numbers are of the form n/m, where n is an integer, and m is a natural number (i.e. greater than zero). This pattern is a bit more complicated - picture a grid, where each cell is (n,m), and start at (0,1) as an origin, and make a small u pattern around it

    0/1,

    1/1, 1/2, (0/2, ) -1/2, -1/1,

    2/1, (2/2,) 2/3, 1/3, (0/3,) -1/3, -2/3, (-2/2), -2/1,

    etc.

    numbers in parenthesis have already been counted, so they get skipped.

    However, the irrational numbers can't have a pattern like this to reach any number in a finite amount of time.

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  • johnleemk

    johnleemk

    March 10, 2015, 1:26 pm

    >Read the book "How to win friends and influence people"

    This is excellent advice, but a problem is that a lot of people lacking on the social side don't necessarily have the mindset necessary to make use of the book. I've read it multiple times but I've never really applied it to my dealings with people until recently.

    If you don't work on lowering your inhibitions, the advice in the book is mostly useless. And it really is possible to work on it. A small amount of liquor is often helpful. But what's most important is to just say the heck with it, and try to have as much fun as possible by talking to people.

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  • mutatron

    mutatron

    March 10, 2015, 11:52 am

    I've already asked six questions in this thread. If you don't know why we use the word "balls", why are you even bothering with this thread?

    Every word has a history, and it's usually pretty interesting. Most people, people like you, use words without thinking, it's true, but that doesn't mean the original meaning of a word has no effect on your worldview, nor does it mean that your worldview doesn't influence your choice of words.

    There's a reason why people use the word "balls" these days for what used to be called "guts" or "intestinal fortitude". How did this transition take place, and when, and why? I would like to have a discussion about that.

    Failing that, I find it mildly entertaining to taunt you endlessly for your ignorance and lack of curiosity, and I can continue to do this as long as you keep feeding me ammunition.

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  • Realtime_Ruga

    Realtime_Ruga

    March 10, 2015, 1:30 pm

    I'm sorry, but the first person shooter genre only became as big as it did when gaming began to turn mainstream. Pushing RT requires a lot less brainpower than properly plotting out stats or finding the best course of action.

    Also, almost all popular online games are not FPS based. World of Warcraft, EVE Online, and Final Fantasy XI jump immediately to mind.

    First person shooters are popular because you don't have to think to play them. Does this make them bad? No, I suppose not, but it doesn't make them good games either.

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  • Nausved

    Nausved

    March 10, 2015, 10:03 am

    >There is no can of worms and I fail to see why you would jump to all these conclusions.

    I don't understand what conclusions I'm jumping to. You're arguing for a system where all identities are kept secret indefinitely. If they are kept secret indefinitely, that would require legal action to be taken against those who leak information, and it would require identifying information to be blacked out in court records. Such actions would undoubtedly lead to problems like I have described.

    >It will serve no purpose to tell my neighbors that I was on trial for rape, but cleared of the charges. All they will hear is that I was charged with rape.

    Your neighbors will probably never know. If all identities are kept secret before and during the trial, the media will not follow the trial and your reputation will be safe. After the trial, when the records are made public, the media *could* report on the case, but they are *very* unlikely to do so if you are acquitted (or even if you're sentenced—rape just doesn't sell papers, except in the most extreme cases). Your neighbors will only find out if they are in the habit of looking up court records or if someone happens to tell them.

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  • chmod777

    chmod777

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 pm

    >Before recommending such a radical change for close to 2,000 in-house IT customers

    * imac solution: 1199 x2000 = $2,398,000

    * mac mini 599 x2000 =$1,198,000 + monitors

    * dell vostro 299 x2000 = $598,000 + monitors

    thats why. a half million dollars more to go with the cheapest mac mini, then have no backoffice, groupware, or management.

    plus, you are not at the mercy of apple. apple's policy of secrecy is fine for building hype, but shit for long term strategic planning.

    edit:markdown.

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  • Andrewr05

    Andrewr05

    March 10, 2015, 7:39 am

    There was this chick that used to play with her hair in highschool when I sat behind her, I never saw her do it when anyone else was there or when no one was sitting behind her though.

    She was hot and it didn't really bother me because she was only playing with it *(I dunno how to explain it, she would like flit it backwards so it would land on my desk and run her hands through it)*, I used to like to feel how silky smooth it was.

    I'm sure she *knew* that I **was** doing it but I don't think she *actually* knew **when** I was doing it because her hair was so long...

    So anyways... yeah... Awkward moment...

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  • krale26

    krale26

    March 11, 2015, 2:34 am

    Try going to a pet shop and asking if they have a product you can use instead of peroxide or alcohol. Neither are really good for your pup and there are products out there that both treat the skin and taste really yucky, which helps keep the dog from making it worse.

    Think about switching to a grain free dog food as well. Taste of the Wild, Canidae, and Blue Buffalo are some good, reasonably priced and easily found foods. Corn and wheat are two really common allergies with dogs, and they are both found in most dog foods.

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  • Nessie

    Nessie

    March 10, 2015, 12:12 pm

    >People who have metabolic syndrome are fat, giving them more reason to drink diet soda than people at a healthy weight.

    "The risk of **developing** metabolic syndrome was 34 percent higher among those who drank one can of diet soda a day compared with those who drank none." The diet soda came before the metabolic syndrome. While it's possible that a third factor is involved, there is no way that having metabolic syndrome drove them to diet soda consumption, unless they got metabolic syndrome and traveled back in time to drink diet soda.

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  • Pizzadude

    Pizzadude

    March 10, 2015, 4:11 pm

    There are entire communities devoted to exactly this (gaming for people with disabilities). You could start at:

    www.ablegamers.com

    There are a lot of (permanently) one-handed gamers there, discussing how to play effectively, what equipment helps, etc. Look for games that have been called "mouse-able."

    I think most MMORPGs can be played with just the mouse, and if you have a mouse with several buttons (or a switch interface with some foot pedals), you can play most FPS games as well.

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  • stripedmonkey

    stripedmonkey

    March 10, 2015, 11:18 am

    I would've thought that a designer/developer of your pedigree would have no problem getting a job. I'm a freelancer also and am unhappy with the place that I live, longing for new pastures. Your experience has given me slightly colder feet though.

    In my experience it takes a solid year to build up enough of a clientele / reputation to pay the rent from freelance. Have you a partner that is willing to support you short-medium term while you build things up?

    It strikes me as mad that someone with your experience can't find a job.

    Hope things work out for you.

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