In the Spring of 2014, I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Mathematics. I am trying to get into grad school for neuroscience with an application in Brain-Computer Interfacing. Job experience includes cryptanalysis, malware reverse engineering, and neural nets. I'll edit this as I think of something more interesting to put.

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comment How to tell when the A* algorithm is a good option, and how to choose a good heuristic?
It may be a better fit for [cs.SE]. But [math.SE] is a good choice.
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comment Detriments to Soylent fad?
Eh. If I contribute to science, then my life was worth it (but I don't eat a lot of Soylent and my recipe changes with cravings). I agree with your opinion on references too. However, links to the cravings and the egg on toast story would be cool. Also, supposedly it's not ice, it's crunchiness, which in the old (as in almost pre-fire days) meant bone, which meant marrow which is full of iron.
Jun
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comment Detriments to Soylent fad?
I love the Soylent Green comment. And I agree with the points, but I think the fact that no one has given a single reference for this question at all so far just show how little we can say on the subject at this time. I'll leave this up, since the liquid fad will make a resurgence even if Soylent dies. Also, @michaelpri, I don't know if that should be enforced unless someone can fully answer the question at all. (So I agree with Susan here.) Otherwise, yes.
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comment Detriments to Soylent fad?
In the DIY community, that's less of an issue for the creators, as they are very much in control of the recipe. For me, that also isn't an issue, as I generally get at least one real meal a day, or more. That is a decent start to a counter point if it can get backed up. Everyone is different, so there's no miracle food, but it's still probably healthier than a lot of the diets of people who live near me...
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answered Who are you and why are you here?
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asked Detriments to Soylent fad?
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revised Android app with GPS voice directions
Fixed some of the grammar to read a bit more easily.
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comment Do signs printed on the road offer a significant advantage for the user over signs on a post?
@Bluewater, for exactly the same reason, the user needs to see the label first. The speed limit is the part the user needs to see. After seeing 25, you see MPH and know exactly what you should be doing. After seeing the label, you see the input field and know exactly what you should do with it.
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