Whenever I tell people I have a blog that focuses primarily on music, I usually get asked the same question: “so, who should I listen to right now?” 530 more words

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#### Oysterfest 2015 serves up a steamy bill of old-school hip-hop and electronica

*Photos by Maggie Corwin // Written by Molly Kish //*

**San Francisco Oysterfest //**

Golden Gate Park – San Francisco

*May 9th, 2015 //*

O’Reilly’s SF Oysterfest celebrated its 16th year this past Saturday at the beautiful setting of Sharon Meadow inside Golden Gate Park. 440 more words

#### Stable completed homology without Quillen-Lichtenbaum

Having just made (hopefully) the final revisions on my paper on stable completed cohomology groups, I wanted to record here a few remarks which didn’t otherwise make it into the paper. 830 more words

#### frankles free fridays

First up, we have a rather ballsy, yet populist remix of **Moby**. I say ballsy for two reasons. Most people don’t remix Moby, because most remixes of his songs aren’t different enough from the original, or at times misuse the source material and gut the emotional intensity he’s come to master. 222 more words

#### Topological K-theory of C*-algebras for the Working Mathematician - Lecture 2 (Definitions and core examples)

This is a write-up of the second lecture in the course given by Haim Schochet. For the first lecture and explanations, see the previous post… 2,185 more words

#### Topological K-theory of C*-algebras for the Working Mathematician - Lecture 1

Claude (Haim) Schochet is spending this semester at the Technion, and he kindly agreed to give a series of lectures on K-theory. This mini-course is called “Topological K-theory of C*-algebras for the Working Mathematician”. 3,342 more words

#### AMS Fall Western Sectional Meeting

Let me begin with a very general statement about the meeting. It was simply ** amazing**! I met many amazing people – Dr. Marcy Robertson, Dr. 499 more words