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Reading Committee and some updates for 2013 so far.

  I’ve been using a Mac for over four years now. But I’ve still been clinging on to Powerpoint. I have my PhD reading committee meeting in three weeks and I have to prepare a presentation for it and I thought it’d be a great idea to make it using Keynote. I just finished creating an […]

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Of Kepler, Galileo and the Sky’s Dark Labyrinth

It is no surprise to people who know me, that I am quite ignorant about history and geography, among other things. If you were to ask me what century Galileo lived in, I couldn’t tell you (16th – 17th). The possibility that Galileo and Kepler lived during the same time period and on the same continent, […]

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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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Waiting for Godot

It’s been more than a year with Genya now. I don’t know exactly when it started. It’s difficult to say. It’s sort of all blurry. I want to say September. But feels like it began in the summer. I’ve been thinking about this for some time now. We’ve packed quite a lot in this year. […]

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