Ok, I need to rant and let this out... So I have my BA in psych but want to try something new so I enrolled in some CS courses at the local Community College to learn programming.One of the courses I enrolled in had a vague description and was titled CS 101: Information Systems. Sure, why not Ill give it a shot. Holy ****. basically, its computers for dummies. Aka such gems as "the internet is for sharing files and information with others!" Ok, great. Not for me, but still a worthwhile class since not everyone uses computers. The problem? The teacher is a dinosaur. Hes so old, he has a TA that assists him with basic **** such as attendance because he can't handle it. And Im pretty sure he hasn't changed a thing in the course in 20 years. Wan't to know what I need to buy, along with my books? One FLOPPY DISK to backup my homework. We brushed upon e-books but he could not comment on what he thought, because he is still waiting for them to come out of development and be sold to the general public. Oh, and he saw some dateline thing on AI a few years back and is now convinced by 2015 computers will be completeley self sufficient and be smarter than us, therefore making terminator a reality. The worst part is, the other people in this class are clueless in regards to computers and don't know better. How the hell are we preparing kids for the future?? Oh, and its also impossible to not fail. Lets say you get 75/100 points on your test. That sucks, you got a C. But wait. He will let you take it back, and correct your errors and get 3/4 of your points back. *sigh* Anyone else had any horrid experiences like this?