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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

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Well, some of you have heard this story, but I have a need to tell it again. Yesterday morning I decided to send the discussion questions for a history class I go to to one of the moms. These questions are really only understandable if you take the class, things like, "Where do you see Hubris?" So, I sat down at the computer sent in the questions. I then proceeded to do math and various homework. When I checked my e-mail several minutes before it was time to go, I saw a strange message from my pastor. "Re: Discussion Questions" I opened the message, and saw that he had attempted to answer the questions, but requested further clarification. After some major embarressment on my part, I ended up getting a prize for sending him the most bizarre e-mail he had ever received. I suppose some of you could try to displace me, but I wouldn't reccomend it0011101000101001

Oh yeah, I have become obsessed with binary.
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7 Comments:

  • At 10:44 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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  • At 8:42 AM , Anonymous Bushman said...

    Haha, that is hilarious. I have sent emails to the wrong people before, but usually don't get a response.

    This might be a dumb question, but what exactly is binary good for?

     
  • At 12:38 PM , Blogger SkyStrider said...

    Well, it is the basis of everything digital.

     
  • At 6:55 PM , Anonymous Bushman said...

    But what can you do with it?

     
  • At 9:44 PM , Blogger SkyStrider said...

    1. Confuse all you non |337 01010011011101010111100001111000011011110111001001110011

    2. Store data on your hard drive

    3. Store data on your CD's, DVD's, or other removable media.

    4. Compute long, complex equations, or very short ones.

    5. Send data around the world.

    etc. etc. etc.

    Computers wouldn't work very all, in fact, not at all, without it.

    http://www.wikipedia.org/binary

     
  • At 10:02 PM , Blogger VVff said...

    That's 1337, not |337. :-P

     

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