sometimes you want the textbook to give you *fewer* hints, y'know?

kinda want a reMarkable, I'm annoyed that there's no way to move files back & forth directly and no official Linux support but otherwise it seems great

Wilfred Owen sure does like the word "titanic"

mildly spooky URL of the day: senescence.info

people who walk slowly: why

some shit being talked about Lawvere in this math department lounge

guy in my dorm is talking about using Lagrangian mechanics to find an analytic solution to the three-body problem, and, well, I don't have the heart to tell him

omg @DuckDuckGo has a bang for duden.de <3

ah these are the days my friends, and these *are* the days, my friends

exception motivated by the example of "Croot-Lev-Pach", which is fine

no naming things after three mathematicians at once unless they all have one-syllable names

(Ian Bostridge is great too but I have a hard time taking him seriously because of the faces he makes while singing)

Anna Netrebko and Thomas Hampson are so good in this performance: youtube.com/watch?v=eBjgLkHXv5 (check out the "Liber scriptus proferetur" at 18:08 and "Be slowly lifted up" at 27:57)

I should print this out and hang it on my wall (from terrytao.wordpress.com/2010/03):

few words are more fun to say than "compact"

reminder that "Peter Grimes" exists youtube.com/watch?v=GUPPI0SrAm

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