Peter Junger, a law professor at Case Western University, maintained a Web site that includes course material, and he sought to post on that site encryption source code that he had written to illustrate how this technology worked.
In October, a group of male students downloaded some images form a pornographic Web site and left them for display on the computers in one of the computer labs. … Continue reading
Do you think you are an Excel pro? For my students, I’ve designed this Excel challenge. While it doesn’t cover every feature in MS Excel, if you can complete the challenge, you have a great grasp of this spreadsheet tool. The challenge is here.
To test someone’s ability to notice their environment, a simple experiment can be created out using a treadmill, some well-placed blankets, and a series of household objects. Continue reading
One of the more interesting musical groups is the Leningrad Cowboys. As is completely obvious from their band name, these Cowboys come from Finland. They feature a “front band” which plays rock-based music wearing flashy costumes and sporting extremely long shoes and either 18 inch pompadour or beehive hairdos. Backing up the band is what appears to be a large Russian military chorus.
But are they a real musical group? Are they meant to be funny? If so, why? Are they actually funny? And if so, why? Continue reading