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Andrew Hill
Works at Middlesex University
Attended St Albans School
Lives in Astcote, Towcester, UK
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Sometimes I don't quite know why I do things but I wondered just how many different denominations might appear at current rates on the new NCR Post And Go Labels. I guess these may also be what you'd find on Horixon labels to...
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Example of 3D periodic function!
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Until I can get the embed code to work on my blog, here's a link to the BBC page with Sophie Ellis-Bextor singing Pulp.
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And still they come...

#British   #stamps   #collecting  
The good people at Norvic have been busy and today the two new denominations for a number of different issues arrived. The Robin pair have code MA13, the others undated. I have a feeling there are plenty more still to come. I...
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Fascinating. I am now going to be drawing spirals all evening.
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The principal role in all efforts in the discrete mathematic is played by the prime numbers always present with their beautiful, powerful, necessary and mysterious irregularity
Link to software page: ANITA 10 | itobuda
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This application was developed to be a small tool that works with prime numbers.In this program you will find:
1) PrimeCalculations about prime numbers: How many primes up to N(Phi(N)),lists of prime with index, list of twins, lists of gaps, factorisation
2) DivisorsObtain a Vector indicating for any N < 2147483000 how many numbers there are with 2,3,4,5,6 ....divisors. Obtain lists of numbers characterized by the same number of their divisors. Information on other arithmetical functions and combinatory.
3) Methods of inclusion-exclusion and reverse.Calculate Phi (N) with these two methods.
4)Goldbach conjecturecalculate pairs of prime, mixed and composites
5) Study and examine not formal elementary proofs of the Theorem of Fermat and the problem of 2N as well as the Goldbach conjecture.In particular to understand the proofs one has to read carefully the inclusion-exclusion and reverse methods and some part of the source file.
6) By using options 6 and 7 of the main menu there is the possibility to change the data of the 2 main arrays containing primes and composites. In these cases the program will produce many wrong data. On the base of these errors and absurd results it is possible sometime to arrive to some logical conclusion. Some examples of this usage are given in the next chapters. After these usages it is recommended to restore the arrays with option 8.
All calculations are printed in a file called session 7.dat. If you close the program and run it again the old data are cancelled and the new one are printed in the file session7.dat. If you want to save some data you have to copy them in a new file. The use of the program to obtain lists and data is easy. Follow the instruction given on the screen. Read more on ANITA 10 | itobuda 
image from Wikipedia, Author: Claudio Rocchini
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Odd little labels that I think will be extremely scarce used postally - and not particularly common mint.

#BritishStamps   #GBStamps   #GBMachins   #StampCollecting  
These are a couple of items from the new NCR range that I have obtained. The others I have are 2LG (69p), 1LG (90p), A Letter (<10g 88p="" a="" and="" g="" letter="">20g £1.88) which may or may not be complete as I am getting...
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I bet I don't stay with Windows 8 for 12 years.
OK. I admit it. I am still using Windows XP on a desktop. There, it's out now. I am so bad / lazy / unconcerned / old-fashioned / stupid [delete as appropriate to fit whichever news article you read]. Microsoft's support for ...
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Web design, writer, lecturer, e-learning
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  • Middlesex University
    Associate Lecturer / Programme Advisor, present
  • Andrew Hill International
    Web design, writer, lecturer, e-learning, present
  • Central Bedfordshire College
    Lecturer, 2012
  • LSN / LSDA
    E-learning Co-ordinator
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Astcote, Towcester, UK
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Hertfordshire, UK - Milton Keynes - Caddington - Abbots Langley - Kings Langley - Hatherden - Frensham - Bovingdon - Balerno - Kirkcaldy - Edinburgh - Anstruther - Frogmore - St Albans
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Writer | Web and Graphic Designer | Lecturer. E-learning consultant promoting plain English. Love 60s music photography and village life. The Respectable rebel http://ahi2000.com
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Still crazy after all these years but respectable when I need to be. Lecturing in web design pays the rent and available for hire to entertain staff who'd like to know about e-learning or using web tools in education. I also do Staff ICT skills assessment and training and graphic and web design for private clients.

Writer - novels and children's stories and articles on ILT, e-learning and education and, far more fun, entertainment and TV series!

Education
  • St Albans School
    1963 - 1970
  • Park Street School
  • Colney Street School
  • St Andrew's University
    Mathematics, 1970 - 1971
  • Middlesex University
    E-learning Management, 2010 - 2011
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Very clean and very tidy little cottage set in brilliant surroundings. Run by a lovely lady who is keen to please and very knowledgeable. Our rooms were beautifully furnished - maybe a little too quaint for me! The hot water was way too hot but maybe that's a device to prevent people using too much! Our visit was at the height of a heatwave and I spent more time sitting in the garden than in the rooms in a house built to retain not lose heat. Nice breakfast and good quality local produce. Tiny eggs - you may need to order two. Great home-made bread. No hesitation in recommending the accommodation. The beach is quite a fair 15 minute walk away and comprises solely very large stones. It'll be peaceful, though!
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Comfortable little pub buried in a part of Hertfordshire even some locals probably won't have explored. Simple lunch menu available for our visit was quite adequate and dishes well-presented with good flavour. Beers seemed well-kept and house red excellent. No canned music - a pleasant change these days. Lots of respectable old ladies around. For simple, good value fare in peaceful surroundings, well worth a visit.
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Just what I was looking for: a country pub where you could just wander in and enjoy good beer and plenty of home-cooked food. Plates full to overflowing. Hot and tasty. Calories galore. The place hasn't moved with the times but is all the better for that. It's clean and several nice fires kept us warm on a damp and chilly day. The barman will probably make you smile - if you're looking for a pretty blonde to serve you drinks then this may not be the place for you, though! I was delighted to see things like brass animals just sitting on a mantelpiece. In so many places anything of value would be either out of reach or behind glass. I just have to return for the sponge puddings. Good value, honest, unpretentious place.
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