Saturday 10 January 2015: Learning and enjoying.

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I did dishes, studied Russian, and had a lesson with Daniil at Troubador,

We saw a movie “The imitation game”.  This was a great movie loosely based on “Alan Turing: The Enigma” by Andrew Hodges, which I read many years ago.  As a person who majored in mathematics and worked and lived with computers, Turing’s work was always special.

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From wikipedia:   “In terms of historical accuracy, while the broad outline of Turing’s life as depicted in the film is true, a number of historians have stated that elements within it represent distortions of what actually happened, especially in terms of Turing’s work at Bletchley Park during the war and his relationship with friend and fellow code breaker Joan Clarke.”

Alan was a atheist, but the movie did not make this a high point.

We saw more acting in the past two days than in the past two years.

After we had dinner at  damons, watched football, and I reviewed the partion tool I am going to use on the new computer.

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