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I'm going to be a bit distracted from Azimuth business in the next few weeks.
I'm preparing two talks for my visit to Hong Kong University March 22-28, one called "Higher gauge theory, division algebras, and superstrings", and the other called "Energy and the environment: what mathematicians can do". I'll put the slides of my second talk on the Azimuth Blog before I give it—I hope in time to get useful suggestions. I plan to keep giving this talk over and over, gradually improving it.
To add to the fun, March 12-20 my student Mike Stay is visiting me—he's the one who works at Google and does computer science.
So, I may not get around to writing my next blog post on network theory until after all this. But I should be able to turn out two more issues of This Week's Finds based on my interview with Yudkowsky.