||[Oct. 27th, 2006|08:16 am]
Apparently Terry Sejnowski, one of my favorite cognitive scientists, gave an invited talk at FoCS. That sounds so totally random, but makes me feel bad for not being there.
Three of the speakers were my classmates in undergrad. IITM rocks.
Right about the time when I'm starting to think that anonymity for privacy is worse than useless, based on some of my own and a lot of other people's work, there's a paper at FoCS on Cryptography from Anonymity
. Very interesting.
How does everyone else manage to keep up with the avalanche of new papers?