The Best Kept Secret In Engineering And Electronic's

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. loosewire

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    On an electronic's site at work,what manager would find Off-Topic.

    Off-Topic is growing because of the content and picture's that

    member's can relate too. ACC is safe in any work environment,it show's

    no bad intent in any way. Some one could look over your shoulder, see

    all electronic subjects. More guest are coming online to enjoy ACC.
     
  2. Sparky49

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    It is blocked at my school.

    I'll be having words with IT.:mad:

    I have to go 6 hours with AAC.:(
     
  3. loosewire

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    Bring it to there attention on your laptop or unblocked computer,go to subject that would be

    most helpful to your work,do your home work first,it may the programing section.

    What section do you think is closest to your work environment to display that

    would wow them.
     
  4. Sparky49

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    It's the whole website.

    It's blocked on every computer. :(
     
  5. loosewire

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    I'm saying show them something that relates to what you are doing.

    Asked to have ACC OK'ed for a good reason,if possible,what are the odds.
     
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  6. Sparky49

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    Good idea Loosewire. :)

    It would be nice to have full access to YouTube. The education version has almost nothing interesting relating to electronics.
     
  7. loosewire

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    Six more hours you would need sex relief,so maybe you need to stay where

    are at,for your own good. You would have to give up Vi-ag-ruh.
     
  8. Sparky49

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    Woah Loosie!

    I find electronics interesting... But not that interesting! :eek:
     
  9. loosewire

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    Maybe a true story will get me off the hook.I was riding a packed elevator

    in the county court house. I use a blue mouth spray,I take the label off,

    you can see the blue liquid inside. I took the spray from my pocket and

    looked around,then proclaimed, This is liquid Vi-ag-ruh,I said to the packed

    elevator of men and women,not much reaction. Most were lawyers heading

    to early morning hearings. I do this when I think it will have an effect.
     
  10. Sparky49

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    Bwhahaha! A real belly laugh. :)

    You're always off the hook.

    May I ask if there's a Mrs. Loosewire?
     
  11. loosewire

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    How many of you guys have your computers blocked at work,no Off-Topic.
     
  12. loosewire

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    A test,how many are on ACC at work now. Do you have others in your work place

    or school or whatever.
     
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    How many guys do you think are blocked at work/school that can read this post?
     
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  14. loosewire

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    E.S.P., that it.
     
  15. steveb

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    I'm not surprised. I can't say for sure why your school has the policy, but it is understandable when one considers the liberal way homework help is given here.

    Too often the answer is given without the student providing sufficient effort. So many times I've seen someone start to give help in the correct way, by leading the person on how to think and approach the problem, and then along comes someone else hell bent on giving the answer away.

    My view is that a student that deserves help should start homework well ahead of time and should not be in a rush. Then they should provide ample evidence that they have made effort. Then they should be helped with hints and methods on how to approach a problem in general. When helped in this way, a student may take several days to actually get to the answer. That ensures many good things. First, that they are not cheating on an exam, and second that they are truly learning how to think. A quick answer does not educate, but teaching someone how to think provides real value.

    I think any school would like to see students get valuable help in this true form, but if what we do here becomes an effective cheating source, schools will ban it, and rightly so.
     
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  16. loosewire

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    @ SteveB, expland on liberal way of doing things,we are not all created equal.

    Your real opinion on education,I hear that college's have label,but I know the

    liberal arts go back thousands of years,all the things people do,goto school,

    college,job ,marriage family,bury the dead and mark the grave.Keep a family

    album,will the property to desendants and on and on.
     
  17. loosewire

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    Anybody watching the Elbo Room live video at work,fess up.
     
  18. Sparky49

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    I missed it.

    I missed the most important moment of my life... :(
     
  19. loosewire

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    @ Sparky,You didn't miss any thing,did you see the post directed at you and Bill.

    Spring Break post # 15
     
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