My Writing Space. #LifeBooksWriting

Since my fiction writing occurs wherever I can set my laptop, I don’t really have a place. So I thought I’d show you what a professor’s office looks like. The featured photograph shows my five year report. Professional writings, both for courses and papers, in two binders.

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Three monitors for three computers. All running various calculations. Two are Linux boxes.

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The mandatory bookshelf, full. Chemistry, security, languages and machine learning. The boxes at the bottom are left over from our hackathon. There’s a can of coffee, the necessary black bean on one shelf.

At home I write with tea and cats.
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