They are about 400 words in length, are illustrated by a cartoon, and use a humorous example, frequently fictional or historical, to clarify a serious technical issue. Recent examples include William Tell in an essay on accuracy, Paul Revere in one on signaling, and Victor Frankenstein as an awful warning about the dangers of high voltage transients.
Accompanying the essay are the URLs of more detailed technical articles relating to the topic under discussion. They are written by James Bryant & John Ardizzoni
Swansea rarely win away. West Brom rarely win at home. This one has a draw written all over it then. No, not for me. I'm going for Brendan Rodgers to further inspire his side to victory in what would be just their second away success in the league this season. ; BEACOM PREDICTION West Brom 1 Swansea 2 moore PREDICTION West Brom 2 Swansea 0 PADDY POWER ODDS West Brom 11/ 10 Draw 9/ 4 Swansea 13/ 5
Feb 03, 2012; Swansea Rarely win away. West Brom Rarely win at home. This one has a draw written all over it then. No, not for...