I’ve been kicking back and forth whether or not to write this article, but this concept has been weighing on my conscience for far too long. Being a student in Computer Science, I am beginning to notice the students around me more, and their level of competency when it comes to the narrow topics that are being discussed in class. For the most part, everyone tries their best and gets things done, and as adults tend to actually attempt to understand all of the material.
But there are a select few students that either are just not getting it, or are relying on the “No Child Left Behind” mentality to simply skate through the college experience and earn their degrees. One problem with this set of students is that they are going to be completely shocked and overwhelmed when they reach a real work environment, and not all requirements and steps are set in stone and handed to them on a silver plate.
This is where my problem with the state of higher education stems.
Wow, been a great few days so far in this 60 Days, 60(+) Posts initiative. Here is the second comic in the Darwin Man series, and I hope you like it:
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What is up with this Hollywood? You seriously should listen to Jim. There has been a flood of terrible ideas and remakes of movies not more than 30 years old lately. Do you really think I’m going to pay $10 for a ticket to go see Predator – Not A Sequel?
Way to rape the childhood of your core audience there, Hollywood:
Well, I guess they’ll never learn. Also, fuck you IMDB for having stuff behind a pay wall on a site that essentially should just be a wiki.
I’ve been coming across more and more sets of specific tips for the writer in all of us while browsing randomly around the web. While there are quite a few blogs that specifically post articles only about writing, there are lots of blogs that have a focus in some other area, and still manage to make the occasional post which relates to the art that we are trying to perfect.
Here’s a list with brief descriptions of blogs and resources that I have found useful while I’ve been working on the “Overneath” projects.