Monthly Archives: October 2009

And the winner is…

Intersection theory! So in November, I will be attempting to post at least once a day on things like Chow groups, Chern classes, normal cones, positivity, intersection products, degeneracy loci, Grothendieck-Riemann-Roch, etc.  Thanks to everyone who voted.  Let’s see how … Continue reading

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So, anyone who spends much time on the internet, or else hangs out with liberal arts types, is probably aware of NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month in November.  Now, if you’re a fifth year grad student or so, there’s NaDiWriMo, … Continue reading

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Math Overflow

Yeah, more of the non-posting stuff.  Have a couple of things that I’m working on, but haven’t written them up due to teaching and coursework.  In the meantime, I’ve gotten active over at this new site, Math Overflow.  Started up … Continue reading

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