Monthly Archives: April 2008

Classification of Verbs

I suggest that a scheme for classifying verbs could be devised based on Schank’s Conceptual Dependency theory. REFERENCES: A POCKET GUIDE TO CD THEORY

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Solved: Visual Studio requires Internet Exporer 6…

Following a frustrating SSSLLLOOOWWW-down of IE over the last week, I repaired IE6 on my PC today. Unfortunately, Visual Studio 2005 was left broken. Whenever I tried to start it a dialog was displayed which stated: Visual Studio requires Internet … Continue reading

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Link: How to Tell Stuff to Computers

An insightful article on how information is represented by computers: The Enigmatic Art of Knowledge Representation

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TV Without a Licence

I have a confession to make: I don’t have a TV licence… Thief! No. The thing is, I don’t have a TV either… Oh, I see. Look, I’ve recently bought a flat screen jobby. I’ve still got my old set … Continue reading

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Link: CV Appearence

An interesting take on the appearence of CVs: http://jobmob.co.il/blog/beautiful-resume-ideas-that-work/

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Quote: Technology will…

[Technology] will accelerate both good and bad trends. Stephen Covey

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Quote: High Tech…

High tech without high touch does not work. Stephen Covey

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