Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Meh. Classes and stuff. Bob Harper is a citation-memorizing machine. I asked him about the paradox of type:type and he mumbled something like "there's Meyer and Reinhold in POPL, oh, I don't know, maybe '86, and Howe has something in LICS'87 that cites a paper by Coquand on the same subject, hope that helps" and he was right on the money. I have all three proceedings sitting in front of me now.

Also, a new low for my obliviousness to the physical universe. I had a full-speed head-on collision with a metal cabinet in the 3700 corridor while looking at my freshly printed complexity theory homework.

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