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Robert Geller
Robert Geller
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June 19, 2015
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Feb. 13
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Another Look at Walter Avarelli
Thanks for the suggestion. Unfortunately safe mode didn't help. I'll do a refresh when I get a chance.
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
When I have time I'll refresh firefox and see if that fixes the problem.
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
My only addons are bitly (a link shortener I just added after the problem occurred) and pubpeer (which let's you see comments about scientific papers on the website PubPeer when your reading the paper on the journal's site). BTW, I just rebooted my machine and the problem persists.
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
1. Yes 2. Yes, but... I just looked at this page. http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/counterpunch-2-z35zbvpeqe/ What happens is that for less than a second the hand diagram displays normally, but then the characters in the hand diagram almost immediately jump to being super-tiny size. That's probably happening ...
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
I'm also using FF 62.0.3 and you can see from my screenshot that there's a problem. Does anyone at BW have any ideas?
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
Unfortunately when I try to look at Avon's hand diagrams with my default browser (Firefox, the latest version) the hands are too small to be seen. Here's a screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cqo7l8e4jt83ehd/bridge_winners_hand.png?dl=0 Any chance this problem can be fixed?
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
When Sagan was discussing "extraordinary claims" he meant claims that well-established principles of science were wrong. For example, claims that things can travel faster than the speed of light, or that in addition to the well known four forces of physics (strong, weak, electromagnetic, and gravitational) there was a "fifth ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
John Swanson's"Inside the Bermuda Bowl" has a riff on this. Many years after 1968 Swanson was faced with a similar problem, but led the ace from his five-bagger and hit pard's singleton for two ruffs, to beat the contract. At the end of the hand he celebrated ...
Ivar Stakgold R.I.P.
He wrote a nice two volume applied math textbook on boundary value problems that still is useful. Never played bridge against him.... Quite a character apparently.
What ACBL Arbitration Agreement?
The automated warning on BW described my post as "potentially objectionable." I can't see why. Could someone frm the BW staff please explain.
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