Monthly Archives: December 2012

My First USACO!

Actually, USACO is still classified, so I can’t tell you anything about it. Except that it was quite fun, really. Stay tuned for solutions. As for the PillowPedia project, it turns out that computers really don’t run as well when … Continue reading

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PillowPedia Rebooted

So, last week I learned about planets collided. I learned about orbital mechanics (or slept through that). I solved the three-body problem (in my sleep). After I woke up, I made a five-color map, by trisecting one of the corners. … Continue reading

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Advent 2012 and ShuffleFlow

A friend of mine, who teaches some classes at a¬†religious¬†school, was complaining about kids today don’t know what advent is. Seemed like a bad time to point out that I only know the part about telling stories. But, regardless of … Continue reading

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