Monthly Archives: March 2004


I’m back at UCSB, and classes start today. I don’t know if I’m excited or if I slept too much while I was at home, but I woke up with no help from an alarm clock at around 4:15 today. … Continue reading

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Life as Usual, I Suppose


Every ten seconds or so, the fax machine beeps. Every few minutes, the telephone rings. I try to ignore both of them, but they just make such noises. I should find myself a dark and quiet room and do some … Continue reading

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I got back to Sunnyvale on Thursday morning. Nothing especially interesting happened for the rest of Thursday and Friday. On Saturday and Sunday, I went to watch the California high school chess championship. I had a good time seeing some … Continue reading

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Aren’t Flight Cancellations Wonderful?


Well, I’m supposed to be in San Francisco as of about 6 minutes ago (from now; when I finish writing, it will be much later). That didn’t happen. It’s foggy, so the planes can’t take off. What sort of an … Continue reading

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Pi Day and Putnam Scores


Pi day was fun. A bunch of people went over to Annalies’s house to celebrate by eating pie and watching the movie Pi. Only four of us (Jon, Owen, Annalies, and I) stayed for the whole thing. Putnam results came … Continue reading

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I turned in my Haar measure paper on Wednesday. I think it’s a pretty good paper. We had an orchestra concert on Wednesday. Except for a few interesting moments, it went rather well. The most interesting moment was right before … Continue reading

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Singer’s talk on index theory on Friday was quite interesting, but I was really tired and almost fell asleep in the beginning. After that I worked on Haar measure for half an hour or so and then headed off to … Continue reading

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