You should have a slide at the end which says the things you do in your spare time.
Ah? Like finding roots of polynomials, writing software to infer packet loss rates in
computer networks, helping simulate musical instruments, that sort of thing?
Should I mention sometimes sitting in a room and arguing in circles with a committee
of floating point arithmetic experts?
Sure. Feel free to joke about it.
Yes, I think that list is quite enough.
Really? I was just thinking that I ought to start some more projects...
Some day, you will find yourself in a job that leaves you feeling less ambitious.
It's called 'being a professor.'
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