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Monthly Archives: October 2008

How I Came to Understand the Solution to the Monty Hall Problem

The Monty Hall problem is considered an example of a problem whose solution is counterintuitive. There are many who may be familiar with this problem, although relatively few may truly understand the solution to it. The problem’s solution is explained on a number of different pages on the web, such as the Wikipedia page for […]

For Internet Explorer Users Who Want Gmail the Old-Fashioned Way

I was aware of the existence of add-ons for Internet Explorer that give it the ability to run user scripts. I was also aware of the possibility that there are Internet Explorer users who would like to be able to use JavaScript scripts that modify web pages, without having to use Mozilla Firefox with Greasemonkey in order to do […]