The distance between your eyes and the monitor your eyes are looking at.

This was the question I was asked in a survey of computer science students taking my online course. The question wasn’t about the computer at all, but about how we think about the computer.

I have to say that I am a huge fan of the input measures in this course. Inputs are things like how much time you spend looking at the screen, how much time you spend focusing on your fingers, how much you read, how much you make out in books, how much time you spend on your phone, etc. Input measures are critical because they give the computer a lot of information about what it’s doing.

I think input measures are very important because they give the computer lots of information about what it is doing. Input measures are also important because they help give the computer the kind of attention it needs to learn things. Input measures are also important because they give the computer ways to communicate with you or with the outside world.

Input measures can also be very valuable for your self-awareness because they give you a sense of what your body is doing based on your own sensory and motor patterns.

Input measures are important because they are the first step in the process of learning that you are actually doing anything. Input measures are also very important because they provide the computer with a sense of what it is doing. Input measures can help create a good feeling of the computer’s current state. Input measures are also very important because they allow the computer to communicate with you or with the outside world.

Input measures are the first step in the process of learning we are actually doing anything. We can’t learn anything until we feel the input being applied to our body and our brain. Input measures are important because they are the first step in the process of learning that you are actually doing anything. Input measures are also very important because they provide the computer with a sense of what it is doing.

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