Monthly Archives: November 2012

Hacking Call Me Maybe :]

Ryan Challinor (I think he is from MIT) hacked his wrist watch with heart rate monitor to control the tempo of artist Carly Rae’s hit song Call Me Maybe played on an music player. The higher his heart beat rate … Continue reading

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Pick a Book 2012 – Recommended Readings

Oh yes! One of the most awaited time of the year has come again. Once every year our college opens up a pick-a-book week in our department wherein both the faculty and us, students, could choose books which we would … Continue reading

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Natural Computing and Process Calculus | Nature-Inspired Computing

Olah!! My adviser, Prof. H. Adorna, allowed me to join his class on Natural Computing and Process Calculus and his other class in Nature-Inspired Computing. Having read what Process Calculus (specifically Pi-Calculus) is for got me interested and excited to … Continue reading

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Advanced Computer Networks. . .Achilles’ Heel

Oooh yeah! Tonight will be my first class on Advanced Computer Networks (C. Festin). Honestly, network is a subject of which I am not really very fond of and not really good at. I hope though that this semester my … Continue reading

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Progress

Progress in science is often done by pessimists Progress in technology is always done by optimists ~ J. Gruska

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First Day High! AY 2012-2013 2nd Sem :3

Okaaay. My classes this sem has just started Thursday last week. This will be my 4th sem in MS and it feels like it is the first. I feel like that every sem actually. Oddly, this will be my first … Continue reading

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