I went to an interesting maths conference this week (Set theory and its neighbours meets the Cameleon), and I’m probably going to write a report on it at some point. This isn’t that report.

This is just a quick note to say that the stuff about Boolean algebras and operator algebras is at least known, if not well known, and has been for a good few decades. Oh well. The noncommutative stuff probably hasn’t – I’m going to email the guy whose talk was on a related subject and ask him about it.

David

GeoffHi David,

have just had a quick look and will have to come back later to have a proper read – point-set topology was an interest of mine for a little while, although I must admit I am struggling to keep up with all your content for the moment. I would like to keep a link to your blog on mine if that’s ok – do let me know if not. Come and check it out if you like – http://spaces.msn.com/virogenesis/ – not really maths-focussed but from time to time the odd mathematical thought strays in there…:)

Cheers

Geoff

davidGosh. People actually read this?

Anyway, welcome to the blog. I’m glad you find it interesting. You are of course welcome to link to it. :-)

I’m at work at the moment, but I’ll have a look at yours later today. I took a brief glance at it and it looks interesting.