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A categorical description of the essential structure of differential
my contribution for Research Day at John Abbott College, 17 April 2013.
[The Original A0-size poster]
|Do you think it's all MAGIC? Then take a look at this (Count the little folk! 12 or 13?)|
|The Ultimate Maths Quiz (Are you ready for it??!)||Advice on anti-virus protection|
|Text for Liberal Arts course 360-124 (Maths & Logic)|
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[The real Dr Robert]
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The Remastered Beatles CDs - a review
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