Bose Corporation will remain private and independent; dividends will sustain and advance MIT’s mission.
Now to hope some LUMS alumni go on to do something that helps the university out. (and hopefully reverse the sad trend of current affairs)
These guys are really lucky.
(look at the instructors)
Thank you for your patience while we work to resolve the current outage of PlayStation Network & Qriocity services. We are currently working to send a similar message to the one below via email to all of our registered account holders regarding a compromise of personal information as a result of an
Security fail. Big time. One of the biggest incidents of data theft ever...
Title: Richard Feynman on education in Brazil Date: 2010-04-12 12:21:19 Link: http://www.gorgorat.com/#37 From [_Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!_](http://www.gorgorat.com/#37): > In regard to education in Brazil, I had a very interesting experience. > I was teaching a group of students who
Feynman on education in Brazil in the '50s. Doesn't sound too different from Pakistan or India these days.
Math 55 is a two-semester long first-year undergraduate mathematics course at Harvard University. The official titles of the two courses are Honors Abstract Algebra and Honors Real and Complex Analysis. (The official title was previously Honors Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra.)
If only LUMS had such a rigorous math course.
[Eve] [Mallory] [Bob] [Alice]
The scene was a post-seminar dinner at a homely Vietnamese joint. We had just listened to Jacquet speak at the University of Chicago. A soft-spoken grandfather-like figure, he enjoyed the nearly universal privilege among the elite mathematicademia of mononymity, being referred to by his last name, a
Interesting read on mathematics and being smart.
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In an acknowledgement of the internet's overwhelming influence on the triviality we sometimes refer to as 'real life,' the Oxford English Dictionary
When Marty Hu graduates from Stanford University's computer science program in June, he'll enter the hottest Silicon Valley job market for software engineers since the dot.com crash a decade ago.
Life is good for CS majors these days.