The emphasis is on illustrating all the above things in Sage. It’s pretty elementary, and uses linear algebra more than anything else. I haven’t touched character theory yet; that will be covered in the next series of posts.
We recently tried out The Walrus and the Carpenter. The food was great, and I found out there’s such a thing as lamb salt, which P describes as “like bacon bits, but made of lamb”. You can read more about our experience here.
However, the time has come to speak of other things.
The Walrus and the Carpenter is one of three restaurants making up the title of the book A Boat, a Whale & a Walrus. The book title reminds me of the palindrome
A man, a plan, a cat, a bar, a cap, a mall, a ball, a map, a car, a bat, a canal: Panama.
Unfortunately, until the word “urlawaelahwataoba” enters the English language, we’re not going to have any palindromes starting with “a boat, a whale, a walrus”. It also doesn’t help that the fourth in this suite of restaurants is called “The Barnacle”. Have they no sympathy for palindrome makers or people with dyslexia?
To end off this random (or is it?) ramble, here’s one of mine and Mr. Richland’s Favorite Song[s]: