Three beautiful concepts today, with equally beautiful uses!
Optimal Stopping Theorem
also known as Early Stopping Theorem
A theorem concerned with the problem of choosing a time to take a particular action, in order to maximise an expected reward or minimise an expected cost (i.e. optimal time to stop something, like dating for best chance at permanent or true love). Also widely used in statistics, economics, and mathematical finance. (Wikipedia)
presenting someone, often a mathematician/physicist with a time consuming problem or challenge (often impossible to solve or complete) in the hopes of it appealing to a person’s obsessive tendencies, and/or cause harm from the distraction created.
when the wife becomes so frustrated by her husband that she responds very negatively (low threshold is secret to a lasting relationship)
Recently, my hometown of Halifax had its version of comic-con called Hal-Con. Lots of awesome things went down, but I think a lot of the people there would agree that the most awesome thing that went down was this flash mob seen below thanks to Missie Brown and others!
Enjoy and do share if you know others who would enjoy it!
I have a simple little 8 question survey I’d like you to fill out if you have a few minutes, regarding you and your a favourite fictional character. I’ll correlate the answers and report back in a few weeks.
Basically, I want to know your gender and age, the same for your character, which genre or type of franchise he/she/it is in, and if you perceive the character is good, evil, both or neither. It’s all explained in the survey below, or via this link if the embedded code below doesn’t appear right on whatever you are viewing this post.
Please do share this post with any others you think might want to do it to contribute to the outcome, and watch for an update on my site on Aug 10 or 11th. Thank you!
I did not create these three Facebook picture tagging memes, but I either adopted a graphic for Facebook tagging usage (expressions with the lady below), or improved their quality and optimized their make-up for Facebook usage. The ones I improved on, I do not know from where they come so there is no source link.
These memes involve facial expressions. To use any of these for your Facebook tagging fun:
- Click on the picture to get it at full size.
- Right click on that picture and save to your computer.
- Upload it to your Facebook profile.
- Tag your friends!
Please click here for a complete list of over 100 Facebook picture tagging memes on this site with which you can use for fun with your friends.