Monthly Archives: October 2014

666 – The Third Part of Henry the Sixth

An algorithm is defined as “a set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps” (Dictionary.com). Pretty simple. An iteration, however, is a little more complex: “a problem-solving or computational method in which a succession of … Continue reading

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The Second Part of Henry the Sixth

You just know something’s amiss when someone “stands in” for you at your own wedding, as Suffolk does for King Henry VI (KHVI) in France with the lovely but disloyal Margaret. Or so KHVI should have. Suffolk, in effect usurps … Continue reading

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