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A Mathematician’s Apology – Quotes

Time and again, I read books, especially autobiographies, to read about great men. Only once in a while, do I get mesmerized with an amazing personality. And when I find one, I find all the books and articles by them and try to absorb as much about them as possible. There was the Muhammad Ali […]

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Book Review

  I just finished reading this book. I had it on my office shelf for months now. But yesterday, after a painful day of debugging experiments, I took a break and started reading this book. There are many things I liked about this book. For one, the entire book is constructed of simple statements like […]

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Sharing scientific articles and supplementary videos on the web

I have two questions/cribs.  I had an idea. My idea was that I come across beautiful scientific experimental videos while reading papers (in their supplementary materials) and I thought that it’d be cool to collect them on my blog. So I created a page here.But after I uploaded a couple of videos today to YouTube, […]

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A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court – Book review

1. I’ve stopped reading fiction books for some time now. I prefer autobiographies as it gives me a glimpse into a person’s life. It’s almost like peering into a persons brain and getting a moral of the story for their entire life. Just imagine if you had to write your autobiography today – how many […]

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