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Un asesinato en las montañas/ A murder in the mountains

Para esta semana, un cuento lo que tuve que escribir como una parte de mis estudios.

For this week, a short story which I had to write as part of my study. 828 more words


A Dally of Musings

Hello yes, I am procrastinating.

What I am supposed to be doing is analysing how a section of John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi uses literary devices to present different themes, and how these distinctive features of language could be translated into performance. 371 more words

The Open University: Pulling any punches?

The Open University seems like the natural progression in a world where 40mb download speeds are nothing to get excited about and fees are at an all time high of £9,000 – but can the e-University ever pose a threat to bricks and mortar? 1,142 more words

Currently Reading

Candide is this weeks set text for my university course and I have to say I am thoroughly enjoying it! This has thought me that reading classics isn’t as hard as you think! 10 more words


First Day

Today was my first day at my new job. As well as finding out that it seems like a great place to work, that there are a lot of benefits and incentives I also took one very important fact away with me at the end of the day. 377 more words

Test of using LaTeX - A simple number theory proof.

I recently finished the first TMA (Tutor Marked Assignment) of M823, an Open University masters-level module in Analytic Number Theory. One of the most interesting questions in the assignment asked about the primes that divide successive terms of a sequence, and it prompted me to explore a related, and slightly more general question. 281 more words


Chartishm project

Every time I think of the Chartists, I get the late Tony Benn’s voice in my head, talking about the achievements of the “Chartishts and the Shuffragettes and the Levellersh who battled for the rights of ordinary people…etc” 490 more words