First up is On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem, written and directed by the one and only Alan Turing in 1936. If you know of any famous CS paper, it's probably this one.
Here, Turing both invents Turing machines, which are the most powerful model of computation currently available, and uses them to produce a negative answer to the decision problem, which has important implications for logic problems in CS.
minor Rise of Skywalker, Avengers Endgame spoilers
so if Palpatine is in Rise of Skywalker and there was a Rise of Skywalker event in Fortnite and Fortnite was in Endgame, that means that Star Wars is canon in the MCU. seeing such a powerful lightning user probably contributed to Thor's depression, leading directly to the rest of the events of endgame. In this TED talk
I really love Dave Walden's introduction to his 1970 paper "A System for Interprocess Communication in a Resource Sharing Computer Network", aka RFC 62. You think he's setting up to say the first way is better than the second, but then he hits you with, "actually I'm doing both."
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