I just came across something that's extremely nerdy but probably one of the funniest things I've ever encountered! Yay
First off, just a shout out to any one of my watchers in college at the moment: You know when you microwave bacon, that greasy stuff that completely drenches you're napkins when you cover the strips? Yeah that stuff's flammable. Who knew right. I have to say that information would've but much more useful considering that my 3x3 kitchen is usually overly stocked with paper plates and napkins so when the grease covered napkin landed on one of my electrical burners....yeah you get the idea, had to open the windows. I wont go into detail but all I gotta say is GOOODBYE security deposite.
Anyways some computer science humor for you guys. I was in class the other day when one my buddies was showing me a video of someone who programed an AI (that's Artificial Intelligence) in a computer to play through a level of Super Mario World for the NES. It was awesome, I mean the program gradually learned where the enemies are, the detection was almost pin point, and I CAN'T imagine the ammount of /if/ statements used to in this I mean there must've been nested, NESTED functions. Anyways I was thinking that now that we're able to teach computers to play video games, do you think they'll start procrastinating like us? Like I can imagine some data being scent to the server and it'll be all like Connection Error: Just got Darksiders II, give me a minute to beat the first boss! How long will it be until we see stuff like Error 600: The Server Is Grounded. XD Just a thought.
Also, has anyone been on youtube lately (stupid question I know), you guys know that comercial that projects that eyeball dude from Monsters Inc, Mike wazowsawwaaw or something, I dunno, on the giant Epcot ball thing which is the size of a building! Yeah with projection animation their turning the Epcot center ball into the head of that Monsters Inc guy! I am now going to dedicate the rest of my life to trying to break into their animation studio and rewriting the animation so that it projects the Eye of Saruman on the Epcot ball instead. XD