User talk:Baah and Bahh
Hello Baah and hello Bahh, we just read you want to be friends with me and my sister. We are honored, really. We are also new here and still learning. btw: what does your names mean ? --Vicky-Verity 15:18, 17 May 2008 (UTC) Hi B&B - would you like to join Template:Random mascot? -- Jtneill - Talk 02:00, 18 May 2008 (UTC)
- Oh and do you know this mascot? -- Jtneill - Talk 02:31, 18 May 2008 (UTC)
- Yes please, very much. --Baah and Bahh 16:01, 18 May 2008 (UTC)
- That's great that you've become a random mascot, thankyou. I apologise if it was upsetting to see your father hob-nobbing it. Here perhaps is a picture I found which may give you a sense of the greater freedom you could have as a WV mascot. I realise this isn't a goat, but llamas are close cousins aren't they? -- Jtneill - Talk 13:43, 24 May 2008 (UTC)
Do you want to support Wikiversity the Movie
Coming soon to a wiki theater near you !
Baah and Bahh my dear friends, did someone inform you already about this ? I'd like to see you support this. What do you say ? ----Erkan Yilmaz uses the Wikiversity:Chat (try) 18:56, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
OOPS! I think I should have responded to your greetings on your user talk page, instead of the user about page. sorry!
However, I did find the missing tutorial I was looking for, "QBasic for Kids", by Ted Felix. You should love that title! :-D Mr. Ted Felix was a programm developer, and he is also into home schooling. There is also a companion website, "Computer Science for Kids".
My goal in this is: First, relearn to use BASIC. Then, promte its wider use, after all, it's an acronym for Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code. Third, find out more about applying "Crowd Accelerated Innovation", eswpecially if it can be applied as effectively to Computer Science as well as it seems to have worked for the art of "break dancing".
I have a suspicion that collaboration may have started already. Besides the QB64 dialect of BASIC, I am working on elementary, simple computer progrms to illustrate a solution for Rubik's Cube. I have been collecting interlocking 3-D puzzles since childhood. I have a collection of computer files on several dozen of my favorites, and am working on a set of programs to expand the set of files, hopefully to move everything into a "virtual reality".
I've got to walk our 2 whippets. See you later! Ray Calvin Baker 21:41, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
Progress Toward Creating New Guided Tours
Have you twins made any progress toward creating new guided tours? I have created a number of new pages myself, and I have discovered a few users who share interests, such as QB64 BASIC computer programming, Speedcubing (See the link on the "Discuss" page, on a redirect from wikiversity "Rubik's Cube"; also several related articles in Wikipedia), and Metagrobology (making and collecting puzzles). Homeschoolers should find articles on teaching and learning mathematics helpful, too. Just trying to keep in touch -- maybe collaborate. Ray Calvin Baker 00:37, 4 January 2012 (UTC)