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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

While My Guitar Gently Weeps...on a UKULELE!!

Check out this guy flawlessly play "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (The Beatles), on his ukulele. It's pretty freaking cool...

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Anonymous Salvador DeCelles said...


My name is Salvador DeCelles. I am a computer engineering major at the University of Scranton. My purpose is to discuss my engineering skills on a social level. I feel discouraged because I was left out of the "loop" with respect to the creation of the blog, as well as my being left off the frisbie team to which I know I could be a great asset. Nonetheless, I have been unsuccessful in my attempts to contact Mr. Posocco to ask permission to post my message. Mr. Posocco has not responded to my numerous inferences about his state of "being". As a result, I am just going to post this short message without the approval of Mr. Posocco. I am currently constructing a flow chart for Mr. Posocco's micromouse algorithm. If you require a flow chart, feel free to contact me (Dunmore, PA). I am currently working feverishly with Dr. Spalletta to implement the micromouse algorithm. One problem with the algorithm is Mr. Posocco's lack of dedication with respect to the implementation of recursion. I am a strong supporter of recursion and the length of the program could be significantly reduced using the technique of recursion (hint: the program "calls" itself). Mind you there is one week remaining to meet the micromouse deadline. This deadline will not be met unless all team members are on board with the project. Therefore, I have elected myself team leader to oversee the design, implementation, proof of concept of the robot to ensure the deadline is met. The timeline can be decomposed into the one week we have to complete the mouse. The goal is to complete the project by 3:00 p.m. on April 7, 2006 without any testing. Our backup plan is to send the mouse to the conference no matter what happens (whether it works or not). We will know we are in trouble if we do not complete the mouse by the 3:00 p.m. deadline at which point we depart for the conference. This is where we, as a group, stand with respect to the micromouse project, which is being prepared for the IEEE SAC Conference being held on April 8, 2006 at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. I apologize if I have mispoken or if I have mispelled anything, since I have overclocked by brain as a result of implementing recursion for Mr. Posocco's algorithm. Fortunately for all, this is not the last you have heard from me. Are there any questions? Thank you.

4:43 PM  

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