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Postby Lagos » Mon Jul 09, 2007 9:14 pm UTC

Introducing myself.

I'm a real human being, a PhD student at CMU, a vegatarian, and I play too many video games =:(.

I like dinosaurs, tea, and rabbits.

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Postby PictureSarah » Mon Jul 09, 2007 9:22 pm UTC

So...I didn't post here before I made any other posts. I fail.

BUT

My name is Sarah, I'm 20, I'm a virgo, I'm a photography student in Boston, but currently spending the summer on the beautiful beaches of northern California (that doesn't mean the Bay Area, that means almost Oregon).
Likes: animals, plants, cooking, my family (what a novel idea, liking one's family), art, pretty music that I can sing to, ice cream, school, reading, arty movies, xkcd obviously...even though it "may be unsuitable for liberal arts majors"...didn't say anything about fine arts majors.
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Postby Ren » Mon Jul 09, 2007 9:26 pm UTC

Hello Sarah! You are officially Cool.
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Postby Graham's Number » Mon Jul 09, 2007 9:48 pm UTC

Whoops. I didn't see this thread before I made my first post. At least this is only my second. Anyway, I am English student currently studying Maths to a GCSE level (yes, I know, it's not difficult). However, I am hoping to use this forum and other resources to try and teach myself some more difficult and interesting maths rather than spending 5 minutes calculating the angles in triangles and then spend the remaining 55 minutes in the hour 'showing working'. I admit, showing working is a good idea for the first few ones, but when you've got every single question right, do you not think you should be allowed to skip it out after a few questions? Sorry, that's just my rant about my maths teaching. Plus all the absolutely useless and pointless mnemonics she tries to get us to remember. I'll have to tell you the SOHCAHTOA story one day, but it is not a story for this post.

Flipping heck, that got long quick.
And you thought a googolplex was big...

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Postby Ren » Mon Jul 09, 2007 9:53 pm UTC

Re: Crazy SOHCATOA stories.
My math teacher did crazy pseudo-tai chi poses and said "SOOOOH CAAAAAH TOOOOOE AAAAAH!"
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Postby Graham's Number » Mon Jul 09, 2007 9:59 pm UTC

Okay, here's the story:

While doing some exercise on finding angles in right-angled triangles with a given length for two of the sides, our maths teacher came over to us and asked: "So, can you just see whether to use sine, cosine or tangent from the diagram?" I answered positively. The others on my table did not. So, she continued "Well, if you think about 'cos', it sounds a bit like 'cosy' so you know that's the one to use when the given lengths are on either side of the angle you're trying to find. Plus, the 't' in 'tan' tells you that that's the one you need where the angles form a sort of 't-shape' (i.e. the opposite and the adjacent). Then you know that it's 'sin' if the it doesn't fit the other two."

Now, I don't know about you, but I feel that this is quite possibly the most inefficient and pointless way of working it out. Surely it's not too hard to remember what they look like by rote or something?

P.S. There are plenty of other things that annoy me about our teacher, but I think I'll save some for later...
And you thought a googolplex was big...

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Postby J » Mon Jul 09, 2007 10:42 pm UTC

McHell wrote:(2) This is a good geekdetectortest: anyone obeying the post-here-first law has either accidentally done it, or is not geeky enough to be here.

I'd have to respectfully disagree. Real geeks tend to be shy, and might look around for a bit to see who they are dealing with before posting. :)

Anyway, I'm from the Netherlands. I'm a software developer by day, and a software developer by night, since I'm busy starting my own company.
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Postby Mouffles » Mon Jul 09, 2007 11:09 pm UTC

Re the SOHCAHTOA story: my maths teacher never used mnemonics, it was all rote learning. One of his favourite excercises was the 'three minute test'. We had three minutes to fill in a sheet with all the various trig identities. I don't know that it helped me much, since most of them can be derived fairly easily given enough time, and they give out formula books in most calculus exams anyway.
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Postby jasCONTRAjas » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:56 am UTC

Hey everyone! I'm Jas. I live in VA and am going to be a freshman in college this coming fall. Plan on going into art (and maybe advertising?). I've actually got orientation coming this Thursday and Friday and am pretty darn nervous. Any words of encouragement/advice? Anyway, I hope to get to meet some cool/interesting people on here and I'm pretty sure it'll be pretty easy 'cause we already have something in common! (Loving xkcd.)

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I have used xkcd comics to explain myself to people.

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Postby LLD » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:17 am UTC

[boring intro]
Hey all, I'm Leo. I live in IL and will be a Senoir in High School this year. Although I'm still incedibly unsure of what I'm going to do with my life, at this point I'm studying music theory and probably applying to Columbia College in Chicago for Jazz Theory/Instrumental Performance.
[/boring intro]

I stumbled onto xkcd following down a comic posted on fark.com, and went through the archive and enjoyed every single one, and think that a forum of other people who enjoyed the comics would be a good place to socialize, so I went ahead and registered.

I figure I'll tell a lot more about myself in other posts, so that's all for now.

See ya around.

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Postby chrispy1 » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:26 am UTC

Hey to all new comers!! This place is an **addiction** in the happiest definition of the term...

jasCONTRAjas wrote:I've actually got orientation coming this Thursday and Friday and am pretty darn nervous. Any words of encouragement/advice?
Random Fact:
I have used xkcd comics to explain myself to people.


I didn't know anybody when I started university. Know what? I bit my shyness down, and participated in (some of the) many activities that were offered during orientation. 10 years (holy crap!) later, the people I met in that orientation are some of my best friends - not one of them was in my program, and I would have never met them otherwise. I don't drink or do clubs, so I was in my room reading at nights, and that turned into adventures all on its own - ended up meeting a whole slew of Geeks, Nerds and Freaks that were also in their rooms reading (Hey, a guy's gotta have pierogies at 11 p.m. at night if they're available!) so we started going to the library at really odd hours and seeing who could find the most obscure books, the oddest authors, etc.etc. Sort of a Library-lympics. We laughed to kill ourselves, and didn't care cuz the place was empty!!
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Postby gazzaj » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:29 am UTC

Got sent a link to this comic a couple weeks back... think I've read the whole lot since then (at work... *ahem*)

did a maths degree a few years back and have never used any of it... great to see that it is finally of some use, even if it is just to get the jokes in this comic ;-)

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Postby ishikiri » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:44 am UTC

Hey, my real name is Ben, I just finished year 13 and am now on my year out (read: waking up at 12, going to my crappy part time job then going on forums all night).

I'm planning on becoming a practising shrink when i grow up. . . just the ten years of Uni and training first :shock:

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Postby lukewarm » Tue Jul 10, 2007 6:19 am UTC

McHell wrote: Stupid build-in fridges. I guess I shouldn't have let them escape in the first place.

Letting a built-in fridge escape was obviously a grave mistake!

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Postby SpitValve » Tue Jul 10, 2007 7:31 am UTC

ishikiri wrote:Hey, my real name is Ben, I just finished year 13 and am now on my year out (read: waking up at 12, going to my crappy part time job then going on forums all night).

I'm planning on becoming a practising shrink when i grow up. . . just the ten years of Uni and training first :shock:


If I recall correctly, Aussie schools go to year 12 instead of year 13? So that makes you a New Zealander?

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Postby Flying Betty » Tue Jul 10, 2007 9:30 am UTC

Hi! I am a humanoid-type creature joining to better my procrastination skills (not that they aren't pretty well honed already).

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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 10:41 am UTC

SpitValve wrote:
ishikiri wrote:Hey, my real name is Ben, I just finished year 13 and am now on my year out (read: waking up at 12, going to my crappy part time job then going on forums all night).

I'm planning on becoming a practising shrink when i grow up. . . just the ten years of Uni and training first :shock:


If I recall correctly, Aussie schools go to year 12 instead of year 13? So that makes you a New Zealander?


Lets just assume! Yay! Another Kiwi!
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Postby ishikiri » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:45 am UTC

SpitValve wrote:
ishikiri wrote:Hey, my real name is Ben, I just finished year 13 and am now on my year out (read: waking up at 12, going to my crappy part time job then going on forums all night).

I'm planning on becoming a practising shrink when i grow up. . . just the ten years of Uni and training first :shock:


If I recall correctly, Aussie schools go to year 12 instead of year 13? So that makes you a New Zealander?


Swing and a very large miss I'm afraid. English :D

EDIT: Sorry to disapoint Pollywog. I did post that at about 4:30 in the morning last night, so that might have made it seem like I was on a different time frame.

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Postby ShadeWolf » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:55 am UTC

SpitValve wrote:
ishikiri wrote:Hey, my real name is Ben, I just finished year 13 and am now on my year out (read: waking up at 12, going to my crappy part time job then going on forums all night).

I'm planning on becoming a practising shrink when i grow up. . . just the ten years of Uni and training first :shock:


If I recall correctly, Aussie schools go to year 12 instead of year 13? So that makes you a New Zealander?


Your memory serves you well SpitValve, Aussie schools do go upto year 12.

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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:07 pm UTC

ishikiri wrote:
SpitValve wrote:
ishikiri wrote:Hey, my real name is Ben, I just finished year 13 and am now on my year out (read: waking up at 12, going to my crappy part time job then going on forums all night).

I'm planning on becoming a practising shrink when i grow up. . . just the ten years of Uni and training first :shock:


If I recall correctly, Aussie schools go to year 12 instead of year 13? So that makes you a New Zealander?


Swing and a very large miss I'm afraid. English :D

EDIT: Sorry to disapoint Pollywog. I did post that at about 4:30 in the morning last night, so that might have made it seem like I was on a different time frame.


Damn. We lost one. I was going to suggest that you might be English, but I thought that English schools used the form system. And it would have been mid afternoon here when you posted.
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Postby ishikiri » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:39 pm UTC

In english schools we refer to them as years; year 1, year 2 to year 11 when compulsory education ends. Higher education, advanced level, are reffered to as years 12 & 13 or 6th form interchangably. I don't really know why TBH.

'Form' is only really used when years are divided into group to cut down class sizes and for organisational stuff i.e. year 7 form 1, year 7 form 2 etc.

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Postby bookishbunny » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:50 pm UTC

jasCONTRAjas wrote:Random Fact:
I have used xkcd comics to explain myself to people.


You, too?!?
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Postby zazou » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:03 pm UTC

Ok, here’s the deal: so I’m a liberal arts major stumbling upon xkcd and I’m all like – you know – “wtf, it’s the mathgeeks and computernerds from back in the 80’s, but now they seem to ‘ve come back with personalities and selfconfidence and good looks and witty humor and sh*tâ€Â
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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:08 pm UTC

[quote="zazou"]Also: question: may one use the word “penisâ€Â
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Postby jfarquhar » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:42 pm UTC

Hi everyone! I forgot to introduce myself before (don't kill me!) so I thought I'd better do so now :)

I'm an Aussie, and I live on the south coast of NSW. I attend the University of Wollongong where I study Computer Science. I have an interest in physics and basically just the way things work, although I have not officially studied them. I enjoy writing short stories (and long ones too!), as well as designing and programming computer games (although I end up playing them more often).

I like to watch and read scifi, as well as action and mature fantasy. I only discovered xkcd about a month ago and now I am an avid subscriber.

So I'll leave it at that, I look forward to discussing anything and everything with you all :)

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Postby funkenregen » Tue Jul 10, 2007 2:27 pm UTC

jfarquhar wrote: I attend the University of Wollongong where I study Computer Science.


this has to be the best name for a university!


[quote]
Also: question: may one use the word “penisâ€Â

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Postby MFHodge » Tue Jul 10, 2007 2:31 pm UTC

[quote="zazou"]Question: May one use the word “penisâ€Â
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Postby lizz612 » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:36 pm UTC

Hi I'm Lizz. I'm a recent graduate with a bachelors in Biochemistry. I'm interested in biochemicals (RNA, proteins, et cetera), evolution, bicycles, and promoting women in science. And getting a job and moving to Chicago.

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Postby Gilvado » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:00 pm UTC

Hey everyone, introducing myself 'cause perishing isn't exactly my idea of a good time. I'm a student at a computing technical college, though my interests lie equally in computing and psychology. I'm here mostly for Serious Business, which is a forum I've been reading for a while. xkcd itself has been my favorite webcomic for many years now. I enjoy flying my stunt kite, reading, writing, dancing (standard and latin ballroom, scattered breakdance styles), drawing, and designing software (though coding isn't my favorite activity). With any luck I hope to start a systems analysis and design consulting business, and get rich.
And... that's pretty much me in a nutshell.

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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:41 pm UTC

[quote="zazou"]Also: question: may one use the word “penisâ€Â
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Postby keithc » Tue Jul 10, 2007 5:48 pm UTC

Ahh, the youth and their cultural illiteracy:

ishikiri wrote:In english schools we refer to them as years; year 1, year 2 to year 11 when compulsory education ends. Higher education, advanced level, are reffered to as years 12 & 13 or 6th form interchangably. I don't really know why TBH.

'Form' is only really used when years are divided into group to cut down class sizes and for organisational stuff i.e. year 7 form 1, year 7 form 2 etc.


A bit of (ancient) history. You know those long wooden benches that fit under long wooden tables and are often used in gym to make a slope that you have to run off and not fall off? Well, they are called "forms". So, in the olden days (and I am talking about before I was born, so it is a long time ago), each class (which, in most schools meant a year as there was often only one class in each year) in a school would sit on its own form. Hence the use of the word "form" to denote a class.

You could sometimes get an idea of how old a school is by its numbering system. For example, my old grammar (secondary) school started with the Second Form (year 7 in today's English money), went up to Fourth Form, then we had the Remove (as in Billy Bunter, for those who remember him), Fifth Form, Lower Sixth and Upper Sixth.

Newer schools started in Form 1 and went up skipping Remove.

Yes, there is a bit of snobbishness involved ;)

These days, most schools just number the years straight on from primary, so you go through years 1 to 13.

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Postby morelife » Tue Jul 10, 2007 6:06 pm UTC

Hello there. I've been lurking for a few weeks now and it felt downright creepy at this point, so I'm introducing myself. I'll be a senior in college next year (Barnard College, Columbia University). I'm an English major and more a fan of the linguistics-type xkcd humor because maths scare me, but when I'm not being tested on it I can see how math is beautiful and interesting (...lest you all stone me). When I'm not trying to figure out what the hell to do with myself after I graduate, I enjoy: reading; writing; seeing theatre; singing; hiking; grammar; making powerpoint presentations which mock my friends' insecurities; insects; and avocados. I do not like literary theory.

Yay, I'm not creepy anymore!

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Postby LaGauchère » Tue Jul 10, 2007 7:25 pm UTC

Hi. I'm Kim.

Started reading the comic only about a week ago, but what really stole my heart was all the raptor talk.

I've been out of school a few years now, where I studied journalism and French language at the University of Kansas, and am now in a position where I get to use both. I'm working in an office in downtown Chicago, which is where most of the internet time-killing happens. I work for the French. It's very relaxed here...

profile states my interests include "stimuli," but here a few specific ones that probably won't make me seem interesting at all:

musics: Nick Cave, Tool, Skinny Puppy

current read: The River of Doubt by Millard (T. Roosevelt's trailblazing of the then-unexplored Amazon river from whence the book gets its name)

previous read: Number of the Beast by Heinlein

recent Netflix'd things: Faust, X-Files season 1, Soylent Green

I'm quite tall, live with my significant other, and wear lots of black. And am not goth. :D

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Postby Belial » Tue Jul 10, 2007 7:29 pm UTC

musics: Nick Cave, Tool, Skinny Puppy

I'm quite tall, live with my significant other, and wear lots of black.


And am not goth.


I am suffering some sort of error.

Is this some sort of bizarre logic puzzle? Like, what has a beak, wings, feathers, and sings, but isn't a bird?
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They/them

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Postby ArchangelShrike » Tue Jul 10, 2007 8:00 pm UTC

Hasidic Jews wear lots of black, do they not...

Edit: I think you know where I'm going.

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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jul 10, 2007 8:01 pm UTC

Hasidic Jews are totally goth.

"My soul is a black void; I am darkness incarnate, for I cannot eat bacon."
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Postby ArchangelShrike » Tue Jul 10, 2007 8:02 pm UTC

I now lose :(

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Postby LaGauchère » Tue Jul 10, 2007 8:29 pm UTC

Belial wrote:
musics: Nick Cave, Tool, Skinny Puppy

I'm quite tall, live with my significant other, and wear lots of black.


And am not goth.


I am suffering some sort of error.

Is this some sort of bizarre logic puzzle? Like, what has a beak, wings, feathers, and sings, but isn't a bird?


perhaps it'd be better described as austere? :wink:

allow me to throw in some other musical likings of mine for further confusion: Broadway musicals (Cabaret being a big fave), Serge Gainsbourg, Sarah McLachlan... oh, wait: I have a GapCard. see? not a goth!

a hasty edit, lest i be confused with a Hasidic Jew: I am not a Hasidic Jew.

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Postby une see » Tue Jul 10, 2007 8:45 pm UTC

Are you a magician? Because that guy in your profile pic looks like a magician.

I bet you're a magician! Do some tricks for us? Pretty please?
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Postby LaGauchère » Tue Jul 10, 2007 9:07 pm UTC

une see wrote:Are you a magician? Because that guy in your profile pic looks like a magician.

I bet you're a magician! Do some tricks for us? Pretty please?


i'm not, and neither is the guy in my avatar.


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