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- Eight brass monkeys from the ancient, sacred, holy crypts of Egypt
- Three talks at SOCG
- Computational topology at SOCG 2013
- Busy busy
- SOCG votes to leave ACM
- Computational Advertising at UIUC
- Applied and computational topology: ATMCS 5
- SOCG(T) 2012
- SOCG 2012 call for papers, videos, and multimedia
- Geometry and topology at SODA 2012

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- Marc on Computational topology at SOCG and EuroCG 2011
- Chandra on Geometry and topology at ICS 2011
- Anon on Geometry and topology at ICS 2011
- Forrest Iandola on Complexity of Rubik's Cube
- Nicholas Petersen on Apple bans modular programming

Argh! Why'd you have to go and find me? I was having so much fun being anonymous! *sigh* ...I guess I'll have to watch what I say now. ;)

Posted by: Andrea | March 16, 2005 at 06:32 PM

Sorry, Andrea, you gave yourself away in your interviewâ€”Technorati sees all!

Posted by: Jeff Erickson | March 17, 2005 at 02:03 AM

Ah, well, it was bound to happen eventually.

Posted by: Andrea | March 17, 2005 at 06:37 AM