I'd like to take a moment to introduce Sile O'Modhrain.
Take a few moments and tell us your goings on
as Sile has done.
She is persuing a P.H.D. in Applied Music at Stanford.
That kind of thing gets done up on a hill at Stanford.
So to those familiar with Stanford she is "up on the knoll".
From: sile@ccrma.Stanford.EDU (Sile O'Modhrain)
Thanks for your note. It reminded me I need to do something abut the Conference
Well, what courses am I taking. Mostly independent study, Piano and a CS
course called "Programming Paradigms" which is extremely time-consuming.
I also managed to get a unit for Dressage (horse-back riding!). It's a
I got through Quals, though, so that's a relief!
I am really glad to here about the Openheim and Shafer. Is it being done at Los Altos?
Not much more news here, really. I'm just trying to stay alive!
You know what it's like.
Look forward to hearing from you soon,
John Miller, President
Science and Engineering Division
National Federation of the Blind
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