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Day 115/365: Promotion time!

(Vienna travelogue on hold for Important News.)

As of today, we are no longer Dr Nanila and Dr Bloke. We are Dr Nanila and Professor Bloke. \o/

For those unfamiliar with the UK academic system, here is the US equivalence: Lecturer == Assistant Professor, Senior Lecturer/Reader == Associate Professor, Professor == Full Professor. The bloke has just jumped over the middle step(s) and gone from Lecturer to Professor. Also, he's not yet forty. So this is a rather noteworthy achievement.

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