Firstly, you can stop emailing me about gmail invites now. I've gone through
six nine of them and I've run out. However, pretty much all of Dramsoc has an account now.
Gary is still copying the recording of NotCon onto a hard drive - so that's not done either.
I've just been busy with nothing in particular and nothing particularally interesting. I've just posted a Python module for finding the maximal flow in networks if anyone is interrested.
And would people please get "that", "which" and "who" the right way round? Correct examples:
- The cats that are blue have hair. (exclusive clauses use "that")
- The cats, which are blue, have hair. (non-exclusive clauses use "which". Note that the last sentence means "cats that are blue"→"have hair" but this one means cats→have hair & cats→are blue.)
- The people who are blue have hair. (Talking about people means you use "who")
That is all.