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Welcome to the November 2004 Newsletter. Dennis has asked me to take over a few issues, so I'd like to introduce myself. Like Dennis, I like Prolog, and have used it as my language of choice for various applications, including expert systems, analysing financial data, and teaching AI at Oxford University. My most recent project is an algebraic manipulation system for safe spreadsheet construction, to try and reduce some of the billions of pounds lost to spreadsheet errors every year. Having declared a bias to Prolog and logic-based AI, I must add that this is not the only way to go.