Merry Christmas, and a programming note

December 26, 2011, 6:33 pm

I want to wish all of you folks out there a Merry Christmas. (I know not all of you share my faith tradition, but allow me to wish it to you anyway.) I hope you have been able to enjoy the season, and if you’re in academia, I hope you’re enjoying the break between semesters.

I also just wanted to announce that I’ll be taking this week off from blogging and will resume posting on January 2. I’ll be heading out to Boston for the Joint Mathematics Meetingsat 6am on New Year’s Day and hope to do some blogging from the conference while I’m there. If you’re at the meetings, I hope you’ll consider attending my talk Making proofs click: Classroom response systems in transition-to-proof courses at 10am on Wednesday in the Back Bay Ballroom D, 2nd Floor of the Sheraton. I’ll also be attending the MAA minicourse on discrete and computational geometry prior to the meetings, so maybe I’ll see you there too.

At any rate, see you in 2012.


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