Andrew Wiles, Oxford Mathematics, Public Lecture, Oxford Facebook page, here.
Next Tuesday you can watch Andrew Wiles speaking live from the Science Museum, for the first Oxford Mathematics Public Lecture in London, on the University of Oxford Facebook page. Tune in at 6.30pm, 28 November: http://po.st/aawb9r.
John Farrier, Neatorama, The Ninja-Floors of 17th Century Japan, here.
Sold my house and now I am renovating in Philadelphia. Do I need Nightengale floors like the contractor says? Catch up with some news here then start up Princeton Bank Consortium again.
Daniel Van Boom, CNet, Intel brings the core with 8th ten Coffee Lake processors, here.
The i7-8700K offers 3.7GHz of power as a base but can be overclocked to 4.7GHz. But you don’t need to get the top CPU to feel a change. The line offers a whole lot of cores, with the i5 processor powered by six cores and the i3 by four, both firsts for Intel’s desktop range. More cores, for those unaware, generally means better multitasking.
Gonna have to upgrade the iMac.