"Be clear that the content data provided (including sponsors’ names and hyperlinks) is the responsibility of the OURC, and you should not change it."
" Remember, it is the dumb, novelty-seeking portion of the brain driving the limbic system that induces this feeling of pleasure, not the planning, scheduling, higher-level thought centres in the prefrontal cortex. Make no mistake: email-, Facebook- and Twitter-checking constitute a neural addiction "
I decided to do a little research
I tried to analyze the argument within the article.
I found this article : (https://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/jan/21/-sp-why-cant-worlds-greatest-minds-solve-mystery-consciousness)
A true inspiration to any aspiring learner! https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/gilesmcmullen
Pretty mind blowing stuff!
I'm officially on holiday for 2 weeks from tomorrow — finally it gives me the chance to be relaxed, focused and think about all the great material I've overlooked and rushed through.
This is probably an obvious point to many people — it's only now I'm beginning to realise why a lot of study advice keeps reiterating —take lots of short breaks, don't try to process too much information in one go.
The thoughts need to absorb your subconscious cognitive processes for one to truly understand concepts.
Why are classful subnet masks of a fixed length wasteful?
Because when you want to subnet your network,
you are constrained by doing it in powers of 2.
That is either 2,4,8,16,32,64,128 etc.
This is one of the reasons for changing to a classless addressing scheme, this means your subnet mask can be a variable length.
Which means your can subnet your network precisely to the required number of required subnetworks.
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