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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Well versed in etiquette

Finished assignment 1 last night, as I'd hoped. No sooner had I written the last symbol than Mum and Dad arrived home bearing a half-bottle of Moet et Chandon, left over from a work function. It seemed somehow appropriate, and was, of course, extraordinarily nice.

This afternoon Rebecca and I went over the assignment together. It was a most successful session - she detected several errors which I had let slip in my workings [terrible logic in an "only if" statement again, and a much, much simpler function composition than the one I had chosen for question 7]. I think we both felt happier about MATH after the meeting than we had done before it, and there's no better measure of a good collaboration.

For the next few days I must work madly on QUAN, and hopefully at some point remember to write up the MATH assignment for Friday hand-in.

6 comments:

gliderguider said...

Ah, you can't imagine the first time I heard this song on the radio, when it was new and I was 12 and an innocent farmboy. I mean ... I was impressed by the production and wit of _Band on the Run_ only a few months earlier, for heaven's sake. And then Bohemian Rhapsody topped it only six months later.

Fastidious and precise
Guaranteed to blow your mind
She's a killer queen

Incidentally ... do you know the NZ song "Out on the Street", from the same time period?

gliderguider said...
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gliderguider said...

video or better quality audio

Gael said...

Anyone notice the other Killer Queen reference buried in this post?

Bruce, thanks for the mp3, I'm downloading it now. I don't watch youTube videos - not because of philosophical objections, merely the practical reality of 49.2 Kbps :(

gliderguider said...

Something other than the title, the Moet, and "extraordinarily nice"?

Gael said...

It was "extraordinarily nice", well done.

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