I see that your blog posts are way down, which means either that you're working very hard at Konda or you're out partying in the big city.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
A friend and loyal reader recently emailed me the following:
Well, I was definitely not partying; I am too old for that, although I could make an exception if Pascal came and took me to the disco:) I was working hard at Konda, about which you can read in the previous week's Hurriyet column, but that wasn't the main deal: As you might have read in a blog post or in Twitter/Facebook, my aunt had a quite serious aneurysm operation, which Gottseidank went well, but caused a standstill to my blogging- it also made me think about an efficient blood exchange model, as we struggled to get blood from nine people with 0RH+ blood type, I could not get very far by myself since I don't know much micro theory and still less market design, but I did talk to some serious theorists, more on that later.
Anyway, I'll start with what I always do after a long break: I have quite a few unfinished posts sitting around as drafts as well as a couple of Hurriyet columns that need publishing, so I'll start with those, so you'll see a bunch of posts with past dates on them in the next 24 hours- as I have mentioned before, I always stick to original dates for archiving purposes. But I am hoping that it will be business is usual by the weekend if not by Friday.
Posted by Emre Deliveli at 10:28 PM