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In other words, I speak for myself and myself alone.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Since I started a blog I have been very curious as to the rules of thumb (rule of thumbs?) regarding privacy on the internet. I have a general idea how it all works, but there is a huge grey area. … Continue reading
One of the cornerstones in mathematics is the idea of consistency. The slightest inconsistency in the subject causes it to unravel until everything you know is wrong. It’s called the law of explosion and says that if you can prove that … Continue reading
I decided to sign up for Twitter. I knew that I needed to at some point. It was something Jason Buell said that pushed me over: Through blogging and Twitter I’ve interacted with more good teachers in that last year … Continue reading
How large is it though? Just looking at the different ways to choose up to four toppings, I count over 30,o00 different possibilities. I challenge anyone to find a menu with over 30,000 dishes on it. Edit: In a sad attempt … Continue reading