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Friday, 11 May 2007

While I was away

I had a great time with Evan Korth's students at NYU, and at CFP in Montréal. But the hard disk on my home computer failed while I was out of town, and I'm still working on recovering as much as possible of my data. A friendly reminder: How recent are the backups in your safe deposit box? (Mine were several months old, unfortunately.) If your hard disk crashed / your ISP went out of business / your house burned down tomorrow, what would you do?

If you want something to print out and read while you are making those off-site backups you haven't gotten around to in too long, here are some of the articles mentioning my work that appared in the news in the last couple of weeks while I was gone:

More updates to come, as I catch up.

Link | Posted by Edward on Friday, 11 May 2007, 17:28 ( 5:28 PM)
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