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To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Terms of Service issue Hello. I just thought that I should inform you that I have decided not to use your service after getting good feedback from a colleague due to what I consider a ridiculous clause … Continue reading
The last week of August I was in London for two workshops. The first workshop was the “small conference” type of workshop – the International Workshop on Combinatorial Algorithms (IWOCA). The second was the “break-away groups and problem-solving” type of … Continue reading
For 12 days of the last month, I was in Kwazulu-Natal. Dalene and I had our 3-year wedding anniversary on 12 August, so the day after that, we flew off to Durban at an insanely early hour, and spent two … Continue reading
Huzzah! My advice to all and sundry is, it seems, not totally worthless. Yann Guermeur, “Large margin multicategory discriminant models and scale-sensitive \Psi-dimensions” (yeah – that’s kind of what some of my Masters degree was about): “It is a pleasure … Continue reading
Well, I don’t know who they are, but man am I glad that they were philanthropists (or someone close to them). It turns out I am the lucky recipient of a R10 000 bursary from the Ernst and Ethel Eriksen … Continue reading