Lindsey Kuper (lindseykuper) wrote,
Lindsey Kuper

Algorithms in a Nutshell

Alex oniugnip's gift-giving style: we go to the bookstore, I pick out a book1, he buys it for me, we go home, and then he actually puts a bow on it and hands it to me with an adorable note.

The best part is that the bow is kind of squashed.

Lindsey Kuper!

You are the illest, and I love you a whole lot. I'm so lucky to get to hang out with such a loving, intelligent, curious, methodical, gorgeous woman. (Hooray!)

I look forward to getting to share shelves with this book.

Merry 28 December 2008!

&hearts; <3 ♥.


  1. It's embarrassing how little I know about algorithms. I took a class, you know, the way folks do. But that was in 2003. And I don't remember much of what I learned, and what I do remember I probably wouldn't be able to explain to someone at a party. But the introduction of Algorithms in a Nutshell is all, "If you need to know why algorithms work, go get out your CLRS; otherwise, read this." Perfect! That's what I need.

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