|Location||Oxford, United Kingdom|
|Introduction||I'm reading towards a DPhil in Computer Science at Balliol College, Oxford.|
|Interests||Computers, Philosophy, Physics, Maths, Travel, Webcomics, Procrastination, Coffee, Catnaps, Debates, Chinese Food|
|Favorite Movies||The Pirates of Silicon Valley, Lost in Translation, The Virgin Suicides, Big Fish, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Girl with a Pearl Earring|
|Favorite Music||REM, The Eagles, Jefferson Airplane, Rolling Stones, Yoko Kanno, Machinae Supremacy, Simon and Garfunkel, Tracy Chapman, Neil Young, James Taylor, Johnny Cash, Kenny G, Kenny Rogers, Pet Shop Boys, 65daysofstatic|
|Favorite Books||Jane Austen's Emma, Sinfest, Carroll's Alice, Balzac's L'Histoire des Treize, Flaubert's Salammbô, anything by Voltaire, Nietzsche's Ainsi Parlait Zarathoustra|
How is an ankle unlike a consequence?
The ankle necessarily leads from the foot to the leg and from the leg to the foot, whereas p therefore q necessarily leads from p to q, but not (necessarily) from q to p. God I love these questions...