Some fun with quotes (kinda)
Deleted code is debugged code.
The author cannot understand the problems involved in proving results like the intermediate value theorem and has written his book to share his lack of understanding with a wider audience.
I'd rather have a full bottle in front of me than a full frontal lobotomy.
Other than this very interesting quote by Tom Waits I also have (some just link to folders):
Yeps! Maths! Not math.
- Research - Pretty cool indeed.
- Sharing my lack of understanding with a wider audience.
- My writings - Currently only my MSc thesis and my Proof of Competency are there.
- Some heuristical arguments why certain things actually could make sense. For example Weierstrass approximation or a remark on how you could compute some limits without thinking. Also, this is my first very interdisciplinary writing in mathematics. It combines ideas from social psychology and Batman. If you do not like too much text in a mathematics report, I also have a shorter version available.
Here I will put the less maths related things.
Links to some (random) stuff I like
- Mendeley - I use Mendeley as my paper database, the BiBTeX functionality is very handy.
- Arch Linux - Because I don't like bloated stuff. I also don't like things that do not work.
- dwm - A suckless window manager. Because tiling is cool.
- Genootschap Omen est Nomen - I would like to voice my support for Omen est Nomen's goal: A palindrome for palindrome!
- emacs - If you complain about emacs being too hard you are either too lazy or you haven't tried using it. Check out this screenshot of i3 and emacs working together.
I also like research.
My agenda can be found here. Mind the remark.
My favourite e-mail ends with the words `this message needs no reply'.
Less my favorite
TEL: +31 (0)15 27 82624
Also very much possible
Visiting Address:Mekelweg 4
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Postal address:P.O. Box 5031
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