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At the moment, I am no longer a student. I do have a MS (2014) in Mechanical Engineering (Control Systems), a BS (2011) in Mathematics, and a BS (2011) in Finance. I am interested in PDEs, ODEs, Complex Analysis, Control Theory, Probability, Kalman Filtering, and Compressed Sensing.

I am waiting to hear back from some universities about my application for a PhD in EE, or if I can find a job that pays well, I might decide to that instead.

Currently, I am reading Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut. In Mathematics, I am reading Complex Analysis by Ahlfors and refreshing myself with Abstract Algebra and Real Analysis by re-reading Dummit and Foote and Rudin, respectively. Afterwords, I will probably read Candide by Voltaire, a different Complex Analysis book, and a book on Measure Theory.

Recently read:

1984 and Animal Farm by George Orwell, Brave New World by Aldous Huxely

Will read:

Lady Chatterley's Lover by D.H. Lawerence and Candide by Voltaire more to come latter.

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comment terra terminal for ubuntu 14.04
I know that is why i asked
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comment terra terminal for ubuntu 14.04
I just wanted to try it out. I have used terminator but i feel it uses to much in terms of resources
May
9
comment creating a bash alias name that contains an =
@udiboy1209 add to op
Oct
23
comment Intel Centrino 7260 after kernel update
I need the cd? I can't download and install?
Oct
23
comment Intel Centrino 7260 after kernel update
It was one of the chats that says let's discuss here. One usually gets the message to do so if there are too many comments. I am not sure if that is helpful but that is all I know.
Oct
23
comment Intel Centrino 7260 after kernel update
There was a discussion in a chat that had a link in the comments the first time I did this. I followed the method from the chat. However, the chat link is gone. It was either in that post or one of the other linked posts but there isn't a chat link in those either.
Sep
18
comment Installing 'wine' triggers a kernel panic, what can I do about this?
@Mitch I cant update my graphics driver: See this post for reason why.
Sep
17
comment Installing 'wine' triggers a kernel panic, what can I do about this?
@Mitch told to sudo dpkg --configure -a
Sep
15
comment How can I make a compiz window rule for the terminator terminal?
Thanks that worked. It started to resize but revert right back.
Sep
15
comment How can I make a compiz window rule for the terminator terminal?
So I would put terminator-terminal instead of gnome correct?
Sep
15
comment How can I make a compiz window rule for the terminator terminal?
I have resized the window correctly but now what?
Sep
15
comment How can I make a compiz window rule for the terminator terminal?
No. I dont understand resize terminal
Sep
14
comment linux graphics utility intel
@SauravKumar it isn't a major problem. The card is recognized. I am pretty sure it is the utility or nothing to solve it though.
Sep
14
comment linux graphics utility intel
@Mitch it may. Intel may have cut off all support sometime between now and then. They could have had that server up still or latent support still.
Sep
12
comment Installing 'wine' triggers a kernel panic, what can I do about this?
Nothing worked.
Sep
11
comment Installing 'wine' triggers a kernel panic, what can I do about this?
@SauravKumar how can I remove wine? I have tried but is tells me sudo dpkg --configure -a
Sep
9
comment Installing 'wine' triggers a kernel panic, what can I do about this?
@user1974 How do I get that?
Sep
9
comment Installing 'wine' triggers a kernel panic, what can I do about this?
@ThomasW. I have been running 13.04 for months now this only occurred when tried to install wine and now I can't update since sudo dpkg --configure -a causes the problem to re-occur
Jun
22
comment battery issues with 13.04
@Mitch 24hours, used until dead, and charged to full 100%
Jun
19
comment battery issues with 13.04
Do you have to start it every time or just when you first install it?