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Re: [ProgSoc] subject
On Wed, Feb 13, 2002 at 11:02:32AM +1000, CALLINA GREENSLADE wrote:
> Well I have heard that human computer interaction and virtual
> communities fit those pre-requisites... =] also have you ever thought of
> subjects form other faculties? I think some creative writing might be
> just down your ally... =]
I heard that HCI was a *great deal* of *very tedious* work like
writing reports and making posters. I lasted half a lecture before
walking out in disgust and dropping the subject. Mocking people stuck
in the labs trying to complete massive HCI reports in Word on top of
their SDCS and ITPD final submissions, when they thought they'd chosen
a no-work subject, is cruel but strangely enjoyable.
Note: writing a page about nothing is easy. Writing thirty pages
about nothing is hard work!
Day One: In Shire. Stunning vista of innocent and pastoral beauty. Is
it me, or was Frodo just hanging around in that field masturbating
before I came along?
- Gandalf, http://anavrin.sydmud.com/lotr.htm
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