Monthly Archives: February 2014

Avalanche Class

At the beginning of the year, I attended an avalanche awareness class at Mt. Baker, organized by KAF Adventures. The class consisted of a three-hour theoretical introduction here in Seattle, followed by a whole day spent out in the snow … Continue reading

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When Random Food Appears

Isn’t it weird how readily we eat food that randomly appears at work, even though we have no idea who put it there or where it came from? If I found food outside, I wouldn’t eat it. If food randomly … Continue reading

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From Dijkstra to Me in Four Papers

I haven’t written in a while. I at least wanted to write about going snowshoeing while attending an avalanche class. I’ll get to it some day. Today I found a website that computes distance between computer scientists. Kind of like … Continue reading

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