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August 17, 2006

The n-Category Café

Posted by Urs Schreiber

A new group blog has been created.

The nn-Category Café.

It’s hosted by John Baez, David Corfield and myself.

The café is supposed to be the right place for the sort of discussion of mathematical physics that you know from John’s This Week’s Finds in Mathematical Physics, maybe from some of the stuff that I have been posting here, hopefully close to the constructive style that is practised on David’s blog.

We are very glad to be able to use Jacques Distler’s sophisticated blog technology.

I will probably move much of my activity from the coffee table to the café.

Posted at August 17, 2006 12:05 PM UTC

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Re: The n-category group blog

Assuming one wanted to start a new group blog, how would one proceed to establish the new group blog? what are the required steps, info, etc?
(Question addressed to John Baez and David Corfield).

Posted by: I.C. Baianu on September 3, 2006 1:21 AM | Permalink | Reply to this

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