Song with children’s choir, similar to “Proper Education”, circa 2007

A few years ago Eric Prydz released Proper Education, the song with the Pink Floyd sample. Some months later another DJ released a similar song, also consisting of samples from what I think is a school choir.

The tune I’m looking for did not sample Another brick in the wall, but a children’s choir sounding much alike. I don’t recall the lyrics but as far as I know a part of it goes like “because we are cool” (or blue, or some other word with an oooo-sound in it).

Does anyone know what song this was? Thanks!

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My sister, her husband and I (the older generation) were sitting at the dinner table with their two children (the younger generation), discussing computer science.

One of the members of the older generation said, “From what I understand, most programming (except for cutting edge applications like nanotechnology) has already been done, and can be looked up. A lot of computer science nowadays is choosing and cutting and pasting the formula that most appropriate/efficient for your application. This was different from “my time,” when there was a much greater emphasis on discovering new ways/languages, for programming.”

One of the younger generation agreed that computer science nowadays was much more of a “copy-editing” job than what she remembered from her teachers’ descriptions.

Has computer science/education in fact changed in this way within the past three or four decades? Assuming that it has, what would be the implications for classroom practices today? (For instance, when I was studying computer science in the 1970s, very limited use was made of “library” functions, and we were encouraged to do things from scratch.)

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I ask this because when I read the answers in here from people on the denial side, it’s clear that that there isn’t a single one of them that has any background in atmospheric science or physics. I should add that I don’t think this is true of graduate education in the U.S., which I think is unsurpassed in the world. To a large extent, though, this is being used to best advantage by non-U.S. citizens.