Monthly Archives: January 2010

The significant of today

I propose a new holiday item called the trinity day, in homage to the fact that three digits of the full CE calendar date are occupied by numero uno. Today is 2010 01 10, ergo a trinity day.  then 2010 … Continue reading

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with Dad and movies

   Ce matin, I woke up early at 7:30, and tried to call XL a dozen times until 9:30 when she finally turned her cellphone back on. I was a bit careless with words the night before and we ended … Continue reading

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my view on the future of academia

It appears that the current academia favors female players. This has been validated by a couple of examples around me, in this department. So because of the scarcity of academic positions and the few women who want to pursue academic … Continue reading

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Bergman lecture 2 and banquet

I ran a small circle at 9 this morning without breakfast. I almost felt nauseated through over-running. Then I ate oatmeal with raw milk probably a bad idea since my stomach seemed full all day. The rest of the morning … Continue reading

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SF and Napa trip (2nd time)

Towards midnight of Jan. 5th, I drove to SFO to pick up XL and her friends LXX, LQ, CWR and STQ. Got distracted by cellphone lot and went off to San Bruno before returning on 101. We had to ask … Continue reading

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shivering monday

Woke up 8:18 auspiciously by my roomie’s loud music. Checked mail to see that no seminar of significance is scheduled for today, so started doing research on Glauber Ising model on the cycle, and found out that Avatar is free … Continue reading

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lunch and dinner

Woke up around 9 by my roommate’s alarm clock. I was surprised it didn’t wake him up. Must be very tired. After breakfast I went downstairs for a little piano, along with my backpack full of papers. My hands were … Continue reading

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