I have been teaching at the Berryessa Chinese School for 14 years now and am honored to have had this opportunity,” writes Jean deMaiffe. “Because of my rewarding relationship with BCS, I am hoping to help them find other (preferably English-fluent) regular and substitute go teachers for their culture program. BCS has three campuses in the Berryessa neighborhood of San Jose, California. One is for ‘the little kids’, one for the middle range (roughly eight through twelve years old) and one for high schoolers. My venue has been the middle range school, which I have very much enjoyed. Currently, BCS needs a teacher for the high school, may need one for the little kids, and may also need one for my school this coming year or the year after (negotiable) when I plan to retire. Clearly, if a teacher does well with the BCS school students, the teaching relationship can continue indefinitely. The middle school has its own equipment and a set of problem books. BCS has been willing to acquire classroom materials as necessary for my class. Interested teachers can contact BCS directly through their website, and may contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org“
American Go E-Journal » Go Classified
Wednesday August 6, 2014
Saturday August 2, 2014
Tuesday July 29, 2014
Go World: Complete Print Collection for Sale: All 129 issues, most in mint condition. Best offer over $1000 plus shipping, or pick them up at the Congress. Write to email@example.com.
Go Review Print Collection for Sale: More than 100 issues of Go World‘s predecessor, an English-language monthly published by the Nihon Kiin. The first attempt ever to explain the finer points of the game in English. Starting with issue #1, this collection contains all issues through 1972 (except for 1964 and two 1968 issues). Quarterlies from 1975 to 1977 also included. Good condition. Best offer over $500 plus shipping, or pick them up at the Congress. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday June 24, 2014
“I read about the Go Camp in Japan (Nihon Kiin Organizing Special Go Camp to Celebrate 90th Birthday 3/22 EJ) this summer,” writes Bob Barber. “I will be in Japan for a wedding, so I couldn’t actually join the Camp, but if I can fit it into my schedule, it would be interesting to hang on the sidelines and at least see some of my buddies whom I no longer see at Congress.” Anyone planning to attend can reach Barber at email@example.com. The EJ is also interested in reports from the Camp; email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday June 24, 2014
With personal inscription by author Noriyuki Nakayama on flyleaf. Near new condition, 191 pages, with colorful book cover. Many remember Mr Nakayama, because of his great love for spreading understanding and communications with others around the world, about the value and beauty in go. For sale, $95 or best offer by July 15. Free shipping via priority mail within two days of payment by paypal or other agreed-upon means. Contact Ken Schatten at kschatten AT Alum DOT MIT DOT edu , or by phone at 301- 949-7855.
Tuesday June 17, 2014
Help demo/teach at the Smithsonian Folk Festival on the National Mall in Washington DC. Available dates: 6/28 (Sat), 6/29 (Sun), 7/5 (Sat), and 7/6 (Sun). Outdoor venue with expected daily traffic flow of 200+ people. 11 AM to 5 PM. Volunteers pick their dates/times. All necessary equipment and handout material will be provided, including complimentary meal tickets. Contact: John Goon, email@example.com.
Tuesday June 10, 2014
Are any go players going to be on Nantucket Island, MA during the month of June? I’m looking for someone to play live games with while on vacation there. Please contact Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: this post originally appeared on May 28, 2014
Thursday June 5, 2014
To demo and teach go at the Smithsonian Folk Festival on the National Mall in Washington DC on 6/28/14, 6/29/14, 7/5/14, and 7/6/14. This will be an open air venue and 200+ people a day are expected. Hours: 10a to 4p. Contact John Goon, email@example.com, for more details.
Thursday May 22, 2014
Your Move/Readers Write: How to Submit A Classified? Redmond Remembers the Game of Life; The Origin of Surreal Numbers?
Tuesday April 22, 2014
How to Submit A Classified? “Is there someone out there who can tell me how to list an item in the E-Journal’s Go Classified section?” wonders Marc Palmer. “I’ve searched the site and it’s certainly not obvious.”
Certainly; just send your classified(s) to us at firstname.lastname@example.org; no charge for the listing(s)!
Redmond Remembers the Game of Life: “I enjoyed the Game of Life article,” (Go Spotting: Conway’s Game of Life 4/14 EJ) writes Michael Redmond 9P. “It reminded me that my father once showed it to me. We used white stones for the newborns, and then changed them to black stones after taking away the dead stones, after which we could start a new turn. Some shapes are static, and some move around, so it is interesting to have them scattered about as they interact. One tends to run out of space on a go board, so I guess it works better on a computer.”
The Origin of Surreal Numbers? “Another interesting fact about Conway, according to his biographer in a forthcoming book,” writes British Go Association president Jon Diamond, “is that he invented the concept of ‘Surreal Numbers’ when he was watching a game of go at Cambridge University between Tony Goddard and myself in 1967 or thereabouts…”