(19 Jul 2005 at 13:53)
| Some things.
I gave a talk this afternoon about my research for the students and faculty of the REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) program. It's called What is modal logic and what is it good for? and it has a lot of nice animations in it.
I put up a web page for blam, which is that bioinformatics software I wrote, because Heather is using it in her paper. That web page has a plaid background.
I programmed in Java. It was not that bad. I was surprised to find that you can code up lexically-scoped closures (very verbosely) with anonymous inner classes. I knew that one could make anonymous inner classes, but did not appreciate the fact that they could capture local variables. I am making a little GUI application for Windows and Java seems to be the path of least resistance for this.
Now I am going to work on my thesis proposal.
|The true treasure is understanding.
|Wow, that is a cool expression!
|What, "the true treasure is understanding"??
|No, "bling bling!"
|I think p.diddy invented it.
|MTV says it was the Cash Money Millionaires (who?). And it has been added to Oxford English Dictionary.
|I always thought it was Gary Coleman.