I'm going to be in NYC the week of the 29th on business, and aphrael and I are planning a dinner because science says internet strangers should meet over comestibles. And we always do what science tells us.
Anyway, so I'm reading about all the other stuff in image compression and signal processing. Turns out the big new thing is "compressed sensing" or "compressive sensing". Of course, as expected, Terry Tao wrote the most important article on it.
So I'll quickly retype. PSU invited me to their information day. "This invitation is extended to applicants with offers or high on our waiting list." I don't have an offer, so I presume I'm high on the waiting list. They're my top choice, so if I get accepted there, I am definitely going.
The wifing unit is considering getting a pressure cooker. Since she's a vegetarian these days, she thinks it would be a good idea, since it cuts down on the cooking time of beans. I don't think it's terribly significant, but I'm open to reason.
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