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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Recently, someone asked me if I still had those pre-test dreams, you know, the ones where you show up to the exam late and in your underwear. After some thought, I realized that I hadn’t had any dreams like that … Continue reading
I’m sure you’re wondering “What’s epsilon?” You may just be wondering what do I mean when I add a Greek letter to a title like a PhD. If you’re a mathematician, you probably guessed I mean that I have my PhD, and some small quantity of time has passed (and in that case, well done!). But you’re still wondering “what’s epsilon?” By epsilon I mean a number that is a couple of months less than 2 years. I couldn’t call it a “post-doc” blog because I am technically not a post-doc and never was (even though I am just “post” my “doc”).