This Thursday, I am giving a talk at a conference. The slides are all done. That part is easy because I like it. The problem is that I don't want to actually practice the talk. I am conscious of the fact that I will do a far better job if I practice in advance. Seriously, I went to music school. That lesson was certainly beat into my brain. However, there's something about giving a talk to EvilCat on computational topology as applied to sensor networks that makes me find absolutely everything better to do.
|EvilCat is more interested in the laser pointer than in computing probabilistic failure of sensor networks.|
In case you were wondering, yes, writing this blog post is actually a method of avoidance as well.