Day two of the ILAS conference in Galway featured the first half of the mini symposium honoring the work of my thesis advisor, Richard Brualdi. It is the reason I am here.
The “Brualdi insights” that I pick up from today’s speakers: are:
- Drive somewhere with Richard (preferably to a conference.)
- The key to writing success is to pick good co-authors.
- Work with people you like.
- Ask good questions…. No that’s not quite right. Better to say, listen to Richard’s questions because he always asks good ones.
The mini symposium continues Thursday when I get to add my own insights.
Today’s photo features the window of an auctioneer with the same name as my father’s. When I was young, my parents took a special trip to Ireland. Of their many photos was a picture of my Dad standing in front of a Super Quinn market. Today’s photo is not exactly the same, but it’s as close as I can get for now.
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