Randomized Things

How to Win Random Games of Chance

Games of chance are normally games that people bet on, with the hopes of winning money. Most of these games have random outcomes or as close to random as is possible. That means that on any one game, anything can happen - You could win or you could lose. Then, how do you win random games of chance?
Jan 8, 2015 |

Research Randomizer

Program uses a Java Script random number generator to produce customized sets of random numbers for use in a variety of research situations.
Apr 11, 2016 |

Pseudo random number generators

C++ and binary code libraries for generating floating point and integer random numbers with uniform and non-uniform distributions.
Apr 11, 2016 |

Ankur Pruthi's Blog

My thoughts and writings on random things.
Mar 15, 2016 |

Synchronicity

Keep it on topic, blatant ads will be swiftly deleted. Haunted by repeating numbers, recurring themes in the world around you or like Agent Smith.
Mar 15, 2016 |

Free Animal Trivia Web Quizzes

Animal articles, Animal games for kids, endangered species, wildlife information, amazing animal facts, learning games for kids, animal kingdom, animal computer games, dog pets. Cats, monkeys, exotic animals. Snakes, Sharks, Orangutans, Primates, Big Cats, Felines, Canines, Horses, Birds and many more animals. Special topics like endangered...
Mar 15, 2016 |

Rantings of an Unexploded Scotsman

Random thoughts and things better left unsaid. 
Mar 15, 2016 |

Knit-Whit

Random thoughts about knitting, her dog Casey, and other interesting things.
Mar 15, 2016 |

Just Things.co.uk

An eclectic mix of my photography, views and thoughts. As a photographer, I work in a variety of styles - often utilising image manipulation techniques, both in camera and in post production. I studied film and photography in Sheffield and Swansea before working as both a photographer and a print maker. I've exhibited in galleries around the UK and...
Feb 2, 2016 |

Teachable monuments?

A week after Charlottesville, Va., broke out in street battles over city plans to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee, the Confederacy’s iconic general is under siege on multiple fronts.  Read More

Why it's becoming cool to live in your car – or a 150-sq. ft. apartment

When Shawna Nelson leaves her office in Seattle’s suburbs, she does what 28-year-olds often do: dines with friends, goes out dancing, or sees a show. “Job security, homeownership – a lot of that... Read More

Amid Mosul rubble, a crucial challenge: rebuilding education

The façade is burnt black from an Islamic State suicide car bomb, every window is broken, and everywhere are the signs of a war that has ravaged children’s education as much as it has shredded... Read More