Taking a quick look at the posts in this forum, there is pretty much nothing here to do with the academic discipline of Computer Science. Are people here aware of that and just using this as a general technology discussion area anyway, or is there a misconception of what computer science is here? Just asking out of curiosity because in society in general there is a pretty big misconception about computer science. Edsger Dijkstra, a Computer Scientist probably most known for his graph searching algorithm said that "Computer science is as much about computers as astronomy is about telescopes." That sums it up pretty well. The academic discipline of Astronomy is about gravitational attraction between planets... ect... not about how to look after a telescope. The same applies to computer science. You could consider it the chemistry of information, in fact computer science existed before computers did. But I see nothing to do with computer science at all here! Not even a discussion of the most important unsolved problem in computer science, does P = NP?