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This article was inspiring to read. Well, at least 4 out of the 5 ideas sound really cool to me. I don't completely see the benefits of trying to model the human brain with a computer seeing as we don't even understand how it works yet: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,2147447,00.asp.

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It is my intention to utilize this blog space to share noteworthy tips, tricks, hacks, code samples, or whatever they might be in the C Sharp (C#) programming language. At times I may digress, but I assure you that it will all be in good nature. I will appreciate feedback and comments from other technical folks who may have or may think they have better ways of solving a particular problem. Random outbursts of any other sort will be welcome as well, but please try to keep it PC--no pun intended. ......