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In other words, I speak for myself and myself alone.
Monthly Archives: June 2010
I began my grad program this Monday. Next Monday I’ll start my work in the classroom, so hopefully I’ll have more (relevant) things to say then. In fact, I was informed that we are required to keep a journal/blog in … Continue reading
“To those who do not know Mathematics it is difficult to get across a real feeling as to the beauty, the deepest beauty of nature. … If you want to learn about nature, to appreciate nature, it is necessary to … Continue reading
Next time someone brings up the argument of teaching as a bad job because of the paycheck, I’ll throw this in their face: Daniel Kahneman, one of the founders of behavioral economics and Nobel Prize winner, gave an interesting talk on TED about happiness. … Continue reading
In 8 days I’m participating in my college graduation ceremony, in 10 days I’m moving out of Santa Cruz, and in 15 days I am beginning graduate school in Palo Alto. But today I am slowing down time as much … Continue reading