The Finals Countdown

It should tell you a lot about how busy this week has been, that I haven’t even logged onto this site in several days, much less written a blog post. My excuse is that this is final exam week: we’re winding up the spring semester, and so between grading and other academic business I’ve simply been swamped. However, for good for for ill, things will be done soon, and you can expect some new posts in the very near future. In the meantime, here are some other things for you to look at (in no particular order):

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