"Demystification" is just as important as "Abstraction" in "Computer Science" (Was: Know any Fortran

Fred Cisin cisin at xenosoft.com
Fri Oct 30 17:39:55 CDT 2015

>>> They literally refused to understand that a dataset could exist that
>>> would be too large to fit into memory.
On Fri, 30 Oct 2015, Dave Wade wrote:
> About a year ago, I was asked by my employer to give them a list of the 
> URLs accessed by one member of staff. I sent them a list of the URL's 
> that I had accessed.

Or you could "comply" by listing only URLs that were typed in.
"He typed in GOOGLE.COM, and spent hours before he typed any other URLS. 
No idea what he did on that site; he might have filled in fields, or 
clicked on things.  How would you feel about installing a camera to look 
over his shoulder?"  (let them acknowledge what they are really doing.)

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