Martin Clifford wrote:
> If completely developing a fully functional and optimized E-commerce site isn't good 
>I don't know what is.  I can understand how it may not necessarily be innovative 
>(though it could 
>have innovative features), but designing such a site would prove to anyone I know 
>that you have a 
>great knowledge of the language the site was created in.

The uni env tends to rate real life as "vulgar" :) I suggest you 
concentrate on demonstrating something more "cultural". It will be of no 
use in real life but it's going to get you good grades, which is what 
you mostly need at the moment, right?

Something like an automatic translator from Klingon to Elvish will do. I 
AM SERIOUS AND SOBER, keep reading. Just make sure your implemented 
versions of Klingon and Elvish have sufficiently *mad* grammars to allow 
some linguist to step in and join the project team. You may wanna check 
W3c docs about the two x-languages in question. They *do* exist.

At that point you'll be doing a cross-speciality work, none of your 
tuitors will have the skills required to judge the project without 
insulting a collegue and they will be all forced to give you guys good 
grades just to get rid of the problem ASAP.

If Klings and Elves won't do (which I doubt, since Tolkien is still 
a-la-page) you may wanna protect some linguistic minority in the 
Amazonas or in the deepest parts of the central Siberian plains... Won't 
keep you from killing them by printing your work on the paper made with 
their trees, but it will look soooo politically correct ;)

You think I'm joking? I am not. But if you miss the guts to go straight 
and cheat them, then make a Linux online updater that will work. What? 
You like Klingon better? I had no doubts :)



LoRd, CaN yOu HeAr Me, LiKe I'm HeArInG yOu?
lOrD i'M sHiNiNg...
YoU kNoW I AlMoSt LoSt My MiNd, BuT nOw I'm HoMe AnD fReE
tHe TeSt, YeS iT iS
ThE tEsT, yEs It Is
tHe TeSt, YeS iT iS
ThE tEsT, yEs It Is.......

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