Monthly Archives: November 2004


I hadn’t been doing very much math lately, and so I want to start doing more. There’s so much neat stuff out there, and I have books on a lot of it. Today I got a neat new analytic number … Continue reading

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I just got back from a short vacation which coincided with Thanksgiving. It was nice to get a bit of a break, but I still don’t understand the point of kicking us out for Thanksgiving (within an extremely narrow range … Continue reading

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The Week in Review


Things are shaping up for me, although I got a bit panicked yesterday when I wrote out a list of things I desperately need to do this weekend and estimated a total of 16 hours of work time for those … Continue reading

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I’m getting bored of this quarter, and now I just wish it would end. Things don’t seem to be working out very well for me at the time being. The “proof” of the min-max “theorem” is flawed to the point … Continue reading

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This morning, I was at Hillel for Tuesday Morning Minyan, and a friend told me to go to a lecture by Jeffrey Schindler, the orchestra conductor, on music preparation. Since I don’t have class after 3 on Tuesday, I decided … Continue reading

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It’s midterm central around here. We had an in-class midterm in complex analysis on Wednesday. Fortunately, that was rather easy. We also have a take-home midterm due tomorrow. It’s also easy, but it involves messy computations. I have one part … Continue reading

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I apologize for the incoherence of this entry. I just need some place to spew out random thoughts to the world. Feel free to read it or ignore it, as you choose. Perhaps I’m starting to recover from shock now. … Continue reading

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