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Computing Helps and Information

Miscellaneous Information

TEN COMMANDMENTS OF COMPUTER
ETHICS
"The nice thing about computers is that they will do exactly
what you tell them to do. Unfortunately, they will do it exactly, so you
need to get your instructions exactly right"

--David J. Eck, The Most Complex Machine, p.173

"A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any
invention in human history,

with the possible exception of handguns and tequila."

-- Mitch Ratliffe, *Technology Review, April 1992*

MATHEMATICS AWARENESS MONTH 2003
"Mathematics and Art"
**SIAM** (Society for Industrial and
Applied Mathematics) Report: Some Views
of Mathematics in Industry, *by Paul Davis*
**Mathematicians
of the Day**
**Math majors, Cheer Up !**

According to the U.S.Bureau
of Labor Statistics (summer 1996), the median annual

income for men age 30 and older
with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics is $52,316.

That figure is second highest
among all majors (engineering is about $700 higher),

and about $8500 above the median
for all majors. [ USA Today, 15jan97 ]

**Programmers' shortage predicted**,
so learn programming now !

**Careers
in Mathematics **and some funny occupational
descriptions

New: The Nation's Best and Worst
Jobs - April 99 (includes "Mathematician")

Computing Resources

**How-To Essentials** (unix,vi,zip,email,Xwindows,WWW,f77,gnuplot)
**Printable Version **(postscript file)

gnuplot

** Help**

** How
to print**

Remote Computing

How to get a UTCC **CAFE
account** (from UTCC)

**How
To Connect via modem**

**How
to get an ISDN line**

Online Resources

**on
UNIX and the VI editor**

**on
FORTRAN and C**

**on
Maple and Matlab**

**on
Computational Science**

**on
Internet - WWW - HTML**

**Examples
- Simulations**