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>> Alright. Welcome back to CS50. This is the end of week seven. So, there's one handout today. It might feel a little early, though granted the calendar has changed. So, it's going to be a little earlier. But I wanted to draw your attention to one of the URLs that's listed on this handout. So, CS50's final project is, as we say in the syllabus, the climax of this course. It's going to be the time where you guys get to choose what you do, how you do it, and what you ultimately make of the course. And these photos that we've been showing are of this thing called the CS50 fair, which we actually started for the very first time last year. And, it was actually for us, a whole lot of fun. We had, again, all three hundred plus students last year. We had six hundred plus of their friends and their family, and random folks on campus, join us in one of the science buildings down the road. And, it was just an exhibition, and an opportunity to hang out, chat, and to see on each other's laptops exactly what you pulled off this semester. Now you might be feeling that thus far we've been handing you most of what you're capable of. So, we gave you a framework for p set three and for p set four and a little bit for p set five. So, we're going to have to come full circle and take those training wheels back off by the end of the semester. And, you will be able to do that, because in the last two p sets of the course seven and eight, these will be web-focused which caters in part to the interest among students in recent years to do web-based projects. What odds are you guys are going to want to go off on your own quite possibly and do even more than the course itself officially covers. And, so the teaching fellows, CAs and some alumni and graduate students have kindly offered to put together this suite of seminars. So, these seminars are optional. They will be scheduled in early November based on the level of interest and on your actual schedules. Some more on that to come. We ask right now that you RSVP for any of these things of interest. There's eleven on the board. Just to skim a couple, I-Phone development has already proved popular. Though you probably won't make in just a couple of weeks the most amazing I-Phone application, you can absolutely do something that excites you. You can certainly build on it if you choose in say Spring term, and a seminar like this will help get you started. Those of you interested in making facebook apps that your friends might actually use, we'll do a seminar on that as well. And then a whole bunch of other topics, another is this Android cell phone platform. And let me make explicit mention on this, which we did on Monday already, Google very kindly donated some cell phones to the course. We are happy to give these to those students who would be interested in tackling Android projects, but do go to the appropriate link here and find out who to contact, namely me and one of these CAs if you would like to tackle an Android-specific project. And we will attach a couple of conditions like you really should have T-Mobile already, or AT&T, because again these are GSM phones. But, if you're interested express an interest now as per those directions and we'll get you started. There's a whole diversity of projects that students did last year. If you get a chance at some point go to the fair's page where we have a bunch of videos. And, I see some of the TFs have started enhancing their privacy settings. So, some of these videos are no longer accessible. So, we'll fix that.