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pretty generic question

I have to talk about coding. I'm thinking about traffic, freight,
scheduling, microcontrols, and acoustics. I have pretty basics
understandings of the controls of computers.

My knowledge is a little contrary or rare; I specialize in information
interfaces, but they're not very expensive to copy, i.e. to look at
again. I am capable of drawing marginal distinctions from the world
in to code.

My specialty does provide a resource for library design for further
information systems.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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