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stanford’s ai class final feedback

December 17th, 2011 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I just completed the “final” for Stanford’s free online course – ai-class.  Ironic to post this the day after Stanford dropped their bid to come to New York.  It was taught by two Stanford professors – Peter Norvig and Sebastian Thrun.  I’ve sprinked my impressions througout the description. How I found out I found out from […]

the 555 graham cracker (or how to communicate a tech idea clearly)

December 5th, 2011 by Jeanne Boyarsky

We all know that sharing technical information in a clear (and ideally visually appealing way) makes it more memorable and understandable.  I saw a perfect example of it today with the electronics example of making a 555 timer. What most descriptions do Tell you what you need so you can start out with supplies. Provide […]