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The Science of Thinking

For most of us, thinking is at least somewhat unpleasant. We try to avoid it, where possible. For example: I asked these guys how long does it take for the earth to go around the Sun. – What do you reckon, cuz? – Isn’t it 24 hours ? – Obviously a day, yes. Or take

Intro to Computer Science & Programming Using Python: 6.00.1x | MITx on edX | About Video

JOHN GUTTAG: Computational devices have become so pervasive that most of the time we don’t even realize that we’re using them. Computation keeps our planes in the air and our cars on the road. It manages our electrical, communications, and financial systems. It controls everything from homes to pacemakers. And most importantly, computation has changed

The Quantum Internet

When we finally have a quantum internet you’ll be able to simultaneously like and dislike this video. But we don’t. So I hope you like it. The world is widely regarded as being well and truly into the digital age, also called the information age. No longer are economies and industries solely characterized by the

#FiveThings Ways You Can Build Mobile Apps with JavaScript

[MUSIC]>>Welcome back to Five Things. Today, we’re going to talk about five ways you build mobile apps with JavaScript, and I’ve got my awesome guests today, Todd.>>Hi.>>How you doing?>>I’m Todd.>>Cool. Thing number one, responsive, if I hear about it? Reflexive? Retroactive?>>Acronym is sweet. We’d like to have our acronyms, Responsive Web Design, RWD.>>Redaptive?>>Redaptive. I don’t