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Possibly Recruits for the Polymath Primes Project

In the book The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat and other Clinical Tales by Oliver Sacks there is a true story about two twin brothers (John and Michael), both...

From Computational Complexity

Announcing a New Blog: Silent Glen Speaks

There is another Theory Blogger: Silent Glen. How can a blogger by silent? Sounds like a contradiction in terms! Hope its not a contradiction since she is already...

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Fashionable Research

A student asks "How do you survive in the academic world if what you want to do is not fashionable?"   You shouldn't necessarily focus your research on the currently...

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Ambiguity

I recently heard or read the following phrases. former cop killer ideal compromiser even prime numbers have their uses In each case it was ambiguous...

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The Mystique of the Open Problem

The story goes that Andrew Wiles dreamt of proving Fermat's last theorem when he was a kid. No surprise since all of us math-loving kids dreamed of solving this...

links for 2009-07-09
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links for 2009-07-09

Woot : 11 Undocumented Features Of Google Chrome OS Woot has made these lists into an art-form and this one is a classic. (tags: Google Woot...

FOWA Dublin 2009 Recap
From Springenwerk Blog

FOWA Dublin 2009 Recap

I think there are 2 letters to sum up this event: OK. Content-wise, it was between OK and great. The organization of the event was terrible, though: The venue was...

A Transition
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A Transition

The Computing Research Association (CRA) is one of the most important advocacy organizations for computing research. It promotes the cause of computing research...
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