- every week, i write 6 lectures:

3 for analysιs [1], 3 for multιvariable calculu∫. - 'tis the season for applications, of all sorts; i'm writing two letters of recοmmendations for students. now i understand, in my last job search, why my own recommenders took so long to write mine.

for quite a few mathematicians, it is noticeably harder to write about people rather than about mathematics. - then there are preprints to write ..
- .. and complaints, in the form of blog entries, discussing the sheer load of writing. q-:

__thinking__. the notes that followed, that writing, was a simple extension of thought.

i feel like i am not thinking enough, lately. it's hard to remember the last good research idea i had.

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*over 5-6 weeks, i've learned that one analysιs lecture is about 3 1/2 to 4 pages. on the other hand, a calculμs lecture takes 5.*

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