It's been a busy two days - I've been trying to get a complete draft
of my thesis ready before I start work next week. As always, when
working hard on my thesis I have realised a number of new ideas which
I'll now have to follow up.
Tonight Chesh-puss disappeared and got us both worried, for only the
second time she didn't come home for dinner. We went for a sad walk
around the block, and I checked the gutters for crumpled cat
remains. We got home and Lynne whistled for cheshire and I
commented that there was no point whistling for her, as if she was
alive she surely must be locked in someone's garage. Then she
jumped over the fence.
Spent a little time doing cuttings today, as it is now warming up
and time for cuttings to strike.
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I am a modern day Renaissance man with interests ranging from mathematics, through computer science and the physical sciences through to music and art, how we live in cities, and teaching problem solving.
I'm currently living in Seattle, USA.
Things people email me about regularly.
Water level sensor
Cross stitch pattern generator