Teeth…

Dear reader,

I spent a lot of time guessing which topic should I choose to write in the first article under the Health section… I was between three options:

  • Auto-medication,
  • Fat liver and,
  • Teeth

So in the end (and considering that I’m having a lot of lot of problems with it) I decided to write about teeth… 😉

There a lot of interesting things to write about teeth, so considering that I’m not a specialist on the subject I will write basically about my personal struggles with them. My purpose here is to write about my problems and its solutions in a way that you don’t need to experiment the same troubles that I had and still have… 😦

To be more specific I intend to tell you my own experiences with root treatment, gingivits and broken teeth…

Be patient like me and take a look at this page ocasionally to find more useful information on the next months, please!

And don’t forget to brush (gently) your teeth today! 🙂

HealthyTooth

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Algorithms

Dear reader (especially those from Computer Science, Electronics Engineering and Physics),

One of the first topics that I will try to write about under the Software section will be about Algorithms, probably the most fascinating subject in our field!

There are hundreds or maybe thousands of algorithms designed, analyzed and implemented (through a computer language) in all possible areas of the human knowledge. Of course I will not (even because I don’t know) try to write and explay about all of them here, but I do hope to be able to explain the most important ones during the rest of my lifetime to you. 😉

Therefore in this first introductory article I will just explain what is the origin of the word Algorithm, I mean, from which language it came from…

The words Algorithm come from the name al-Khwārizmī, a Persian mathematician, astronomer, geographer and scholar that lived between 780 and 850. al-Khwārizmī in was written originally as خوارزمی‎‎ .  Actually his full name was Muḥammad ibn Musá al-Khwārizmī that in Arabic is written as محمد بن موسى الخوارزمی‎ . 😉

He is considered one of fathers of Algebra since he presented the first formal solution of linear and quadratic equations in Arabic with the publication of his book titled The Compendious Book on Calculation by Completion and Balancing around 820.

If you want to read more about the fascinating biography of al-Khwārizmī I suggest the Wikipedia link below:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_ibn_Musa_al-Khwarizmi

That’s all for today. In the next article related to Algorithms I will cite so formal (and informal) definitions of Algorithms (I hope I can create my own definition too), so stay tuned!

Muhammad_ibn_Musa_al-Khwarizmi                                           Muḥammad ibn Musá al-Khwārizmī

 

The procrastinator is back!

Dear reader,

This time I am not going to apologize here because I’m sure you’re tired of reading the same old excuses again and again… 😦

Six months and half without posting anything here is almost unforgivable… 😦

However, as I have written before here, if there is an expression that there is no entry in the Wilson’s dictionary is give up !

So, believe me or not, I have already started writing two drafts to be published here this month. One topic will be related to Software and the other one to Health.

This is not an April’s Fool trick… 🙂  It’s a promise that I make not only to myself but to you as well!

Therefore I renew my invitation to you – dear reader – to stay here despite of my persistent delays.

See you this month!:-)

Cheers from rainy Numazu, Japan.

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