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02 August 2007 @ 08:45 am
Dr. Sudoku At Last  
After five years, I finally get to answer "Yes, but ..." whenever someone asks if there's a doctor in the room. It's a good feeling. Maybe not a good feeling for the person who needs a medical doctor, but there are places in the world where being a chemist means being a pharmacist so playing into the confusion might be fun.

While I still have a pretty rushed schedule in moving my stuff out of Cambridge and resettling around Stanford, I expect to be blogging a bit more in the coming weeks. I have some exciting projects - both professionally and in puzzles - starting soon.
gary3000 on September 5th, 2007 10:03 pm (UTC)
What's up Doc
Congratulations Thomas.

Glad to hear things are going well. Have you completed your move out West yet?

When are you heading down to Rio? I'm going to be going down as Captain of the Canadian team. It should be a lot of fun. I'll be in Rio as of the 3rd. I'm trying to see if there will be other people around. David Savitt (on the Canadian Team) will be coming in on the 4th. We're probably going to go to a soccer game (on the 4th) and do some touristy things for the next couple of days. Do you know if anyone else is going down early?

Talk to you later.

Gary Sherman
motrismotris on September 6th, 2007 11:00 pm (UTC)
Re: What's up Doc
A good chunk of the US team including myself will be arriving a day early, on the morning of October 5th. Not sure what you might be planning for that afternoon but we may very well do some additional tourism during that day.

I'm now living out of a suitcase on the west coast but will not be able to move into my new apartment until the middle of September (currently crashing with a friend up in San Francisco although I'm working in Palo Alto a good hour train ride away). After I get settled again for real, I expect to update more regularly.