Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
I just had one of the most productive study sessions…
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I just had one of the most productive study sessions I've had since high school. Jade and I tangled with the second Logic problem set and we're confident of our strategies for solving almost all the problems. The one stinker we'll stew on for now; I hope our less conscious minds will work on #8 while we do other things.
Of course, she and I yakked a bit during the study session. Most logic-influenced sentence: while pondering what-ifs and romance, I ended up saying, "But counterfactuals aren't truth-functional."
Whilst walking back on Frat Row, I saw people loading ski equipment with cars. Tahoe is the collective dacha of Northern California's middle and upper classes, I suppose.