My wife has (repeatedly) brought to my attention the following two facts: Of the 135+ posts on this blog, none is about cats (I guess that this complex transformation post doesn’t really count). This blog is on the internet. A glaring omission if ever there was one, and not one easily forgiven. So today I’d … More Kot Theodore
I just got back from Paris, where I participated in a summer school on high dimensional probability and algorithms. This was a cool school, with a course on mirror descent by Sébastien Bubeck and a course on applications of matrix sampling by Joel Tropp. I might even get to write about the mathematical content one … More People of Paris
A sole soul in a sole, travelling. Where did it come from? Where will it go?There are things that humankind is not meant to know.
Still probably the best 70$ I ever spent.
During the recent spring holidays I treated myself a fun day in Tel Aviv. Here are some photos I took, using my Incredible Super High-Res Powerhouse Vorpal Camera of the Zodiac (aka a 6 megapixel smartphone camera).
Some photos I took during my recent “adventures”, using my Incredible Super High-Res Powerhouse Vorpal Camera of the Zodiac (aka a 6 megapixel smartphone camera).
Look, look! It’s a book! I wonder what’s inside. I sure am glad that the Weizmann mathematics library is “in the know” and keeps only the most updated and useful books around. In case you haven’t heard much about prime numbers, you can read about them in the book’s introduction: The introduction is actually rather … More A Prime Book