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Brett_Tabke

9:49 pm on Feb 16, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Laisha

10:48 pm on Feb 16, 2001 (gmt 0)

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>test

WAIT! I haven't studied! I don't have a #2 pencil! :)

mivox

11:07 pm on Feb 16, 2001 (gmt 0)

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I've got an extra one, but you'll have to sharpen it... ;)

Brett_Tabke

6:16 am on Feb 17, 2001 (gmt 0)

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lol...

Marcia

7:20 am on Feb 17, 2001 (gmt 0)

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>WAIT! I haven't studied!

They say the first guess is usually the best one. That's for the scantron sheets - then just BS real good on the essay questions - works every time! Say very little, using a LOT of words - it confuses them and makes them think you actually know something ;)

Laisha

11:40 pm on Feb 17, 2001 (gmt 0)

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>They say the first guess is usually the best one.

Not in my case. My first guess is almost always "the Bahamas." :)

mivox

2:47 am on Feb 22, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Well, if you can smoothly integrate "Bahamas" into the BS essay section, you may still do OK... Just remember to use enough course-specific jargon (ie- SERP, PageRank, cloaking, etc.) to fluff around the Bahamas part real thoroughly. Always worked in my PoliSci classes.

Brett_Tabke

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austtr

6:08 am on Mar 21, 2001 (gmt 0)

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My money says its a JASBA (Just Another Stupid Bloody Acronym) which, as we all know, is compulsory in written text where a name or title comprising 3 words or more MUST be presented in the form of an acrynom, but with the real words placed in brackets immediately following the acronym, so that the reader knows what the writer was actually writing about when they made up the acrynom in the first place.

What was the test....oh..

How many times does the word acronym appear in the above sentence?

(As you can tell its been a quiet day!)

Marcia

9:55 am on Mar 21, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Excellent observation, austtr - it was undoubtedly the use of lower case that threw us off track.

>name or title comprising 3 words or more MUST be presented in the form of an acrynom, but with the real words placed in brackets immediately following the acronym, so that the reader knows what the writer was actually writing about

TEST [ Transtertiary Equational Search Trajectories ] were initially researched by a group of engineers who met and formed a study group during a conference in the Bahamas several years back.

While the integrity and accuracy of the data presented in the average SERP is compromised by the use of cloaking, particularly in the more competitive categories, rendering relational database technology, which is limited to three-dimensional arrays, less than effective, this innovative technology goes beyond Page Rank in accuracy and vector determination by adding a recently revealed fourth dimension of data retrieval, contributed by a study group headed up by Laisha's mother:

LMAT [ Laisha's Mother's AOL Team ]is a control group which adds the dimension of accuracy derived by typing search terms into the search box at AOL, and clicking on SERP links according to predetermined mathematical progressions.

While no conclusively effective working model has yet been implemented, research and development efforts for a proportionately representative prototype are still being pursued - the work goes on.

When the findings of the latest phase of the project are released,you'll be sure to hear about it first here.

>use enough course-specific jargon (ie- SERP, PageRank, cloaking, etc.) to fluff around the Bahamas part real thoroughly. Always worked in my PoliSci classes.

:)

mivox

7:17 pm on Mar 21, 2001 (gmt 0)

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austtr- 4 times

Marcia- Very nice! Although, to be on the really safe side, you should have defined AOL as well...

LMAT [Laisha's Mother's AOL (Americal Online) Team]

You can never tell how computer illiterate the folks grading your essay might be. ;)

Hazza

9:42 pm on Mar 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

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This is a test, also my first post!

mivox

9:49 pm on Mar 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Welcome Hazza! You pass the test by virtue of the fact that you cleverly ignored the question! ;)

backus

2:12 pm on May 16, 2001 (gmt 0)

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You people scare me!

Marcia

7:06 am on May 26, 2001 (gmt 0)

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>if you can smoothly integrate "Bahamas" into the BS essay section, you may still do OK

I did that, so I guess I did OK.

>Just remember to use enough course-specific jargon (ie- SERP, PageRank, cloaking, etc.) to fluff around the Bahamas part real thoroughly.

I did that too.

>You people scare me!

hehe.. backus, what's scary is that we know what we're talking about. :)

Hey, I passed!

 

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