Today, I turned: 100000 (in binary) 200 (in base 4) 40 (in octal) But only 20 in hexadecimal. Or, in regular numbers normal people use, today I turned 32. I’ll have more to say when I’m not typing the post on the phone.
So Berkeley professors have been besieged by protests and spurious fire alarms this week as people protest about their fees going up (again). I don’t want to talk about the California budget situation right now, because it just makes me angry and — well, that’s no fun. So instead, here’s a picture of one of our intrepid Cal professors finishing… Read more »
The tale of the tape, so to speak, is in my livejournal. Here are my entries for 9/11/01. (And the next few days are filled with more reactions.) The thing I find most interesting, looking back on this eight years later, is the sudden and abrupt change from what passes from normality (from the entry posted at 1:30 AM PDT)… Read more »