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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Nothing you can do that can't be done

In the Metrics exam I only need to get 70%, on a strict numbers basis, to get an A+ for the course. The formal exam on Monday will contribute 80% of my exam grade, with the rest coming from the "take-home question" due Thursday. This means I need to get 62.5% in the formal part of the exam and full marks for the take-home question (which is possible; it's a programming question, and Dr Metrics is a sympathetic marker of code). Things are looking up.

The most amazing thing: all my plastic L-files are empty of paper!

My "temporary filing" shelves aren't quite empty yet, but they're getting there!

The only bad thing about life at the moment is that our central heating system has failed. Today it reached 10°C on the back doorstep, 14°C in the hallway and 21°C in my room, where I spent the day with the door closed, curtains drawn and oil heater running. This made me quite popular with certain members of the household.

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