Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Don't test me, tiny Carl Jung. This is science.

I have rediscovered Dresden Codak. It is a funny comic.

I saw Don Sheehy give a neat talk about "flip" operations in computational geometry. It's pretty neat stuff. Flips generalize tree rotations, somehow, in a way that seems very reminiscent of John Baez's description of the "associahedron", a term that came up during the talk, too.
Tags: comics, geometry, talks

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