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I’ve spent a lot of time recently writing my lectures for our new History of Mathematics module. (Strangest fact I discovered: Geoffrey Chaucer wrote a textbook for his son. On the astrolabe. Weird. That’s got to be an internet hoax surely. Somebody must have added it to Wikipedia as a joke.)

Anyhow, I’ve been falling behind with my email so today I am slogging my way through it, replying and apologizing for lateness. I’m just taking a break to relax.

What have I been up to recently? I gave my card cheating talk in Manchester at Aquinas College. Thanks to Kate Clitheroe and John Kennedy for organizing the event and making me welcome.

Next week I’m giving my Poincare Conjecture talk in Belfast. A lot has happened since I last gave it – the conjecture’s been proved for one thing!

I’d better get back to that email mountain…

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