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Reminders and Announcements. Projects due Thursday, May 5, 2 : 00 PM by email Keep consulting Maja and me for advice if you run into roadblocks or want to test ideas Reread the project description before writing Remember: 5 pages, no BS!

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Reminders and Announcements

Projects due Thursday, May 5, 2:00 PM by email

Keep consultingMaja and me for advice if you run into roadblocks or want to test ideas

Reread the project description before writing

Remember: 5 pages, no BS!

You may have extra pages of references, tables, pictures, etc. but there is no guarantee they be read

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Fill out course evaluations!

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Exam – pick 2 hours out of 36 Starting Noon Sunday, May 8Any 2 hour window between then and midnight Monday, May 9

Same protocol as hour exam:

Open book

Open notes

Open Internet

No communication with any human being

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Exam Content

  • Review everything!

  • There will be questions on the lectures, including the guest lectures

  • Some math: Write down the handful of equations and formulas and make sure you understand them

  • Some questions just testing whether you have been paying attention

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The Koans

  • It’s all just bits

  • Perfection is normal

  • There is want in the midst of plenty

  • Processing is power

  • More of the same can be a whole new thing

  • Nothing goes away

  • Bits move faster than thought

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