Intl. Journal of Temporal Deflective Behavior
Vol. 1, No. 39, pp.29, 1998
Copyright c 2008 J. Cham. All rights reserved


Mike Slackenerny. Free food. It binds us.: A context-changing analysis in infering nano-informatic structures

Cham, J. G.*, Slackenerny, M. A. and Smith, B. S.
*California University of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Stanford Institute Center, Palo Alto, CA

(Received in final form 09 February 1998)

Abstract
This paper presents an alternative visual web-enabled interpretation of the short-based graphical sequential narration titled Mike Slackenerny. Free food. It binds us. (MIK). It is hypothesized that use of this secondary interface suffused with third-person linguistic usage and academic spatial distribution will provide improvement in perceived acumen generated from stochastic interactions with supervisory archtypes found in learning environments. Results show that persistent exposure to phdcomics dot com (PDC) is mildly correlated to jocular deportment, which suggests improvements in temporal-delay behavior of bounded activity.


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