\section{Extras for Talks/TrendsInLDT-2005}
{\red MORE: Remove before deployment!}
\begin{itemize}
\item T\&A.
\item URL, Zoom Etiquette.
\item All.
\item Might be an embarrassment - a tangent to a tangent.
\item Stirring and back.
\item An EG graph.
\item Examples using mathematica.
\item Continue as in Talks/MoscowByWeb-2004.
\end{itemize}
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\par\noindent URL: \url{http://drorbn.net/tldt20}
\par\noindent Zoom Etiquette: If you can see
\newline me I should be able to see you!
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\noindent\parbox{4in}{Not what I do, but the tangent I was on for the
last few weeks. But first, the tangent to the tangent I was playing with
over the last few {\em days}. Possibly an embarrassment!
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Every braid (classical or virtual) has a directed finite graph associated with it. These are cool!}
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{\red MORE: \parbox{2in}{\begin{itemize}
\item Subsets.
\item Supersets.
\item Subsets of supersets.
\item Completions.
\item Quotients.
\item Images.
\item Completions of subsets of supersets\ldots
\end{itemize}}}
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\input{figs/SimpleEG.pdf_t}