Alas, the backup tapes at Stanford did not have the article version of my thesis, A counterexample to a positive entropy skew product generalization of the Pinsker Conjecture , which appeared in Ergodic Theory & Dynamical Systems in 1985.
However, the thesis itself was on the tapes. Its writing style shows the -ahem- exuberance of youth. Still, if the writing makes me sometimes cringe a bit, the theorem is nonetheless good. In addition, most sections start and/or end with a quotes from a mathematician. These quotes are meant to complement (or contradict!) the section that they appear in.
The thesis has a few preliminary pages, numbered with roman numerals, and then has pages 1 through 49, numbered conventionally. Part 1, after the preliminaries, has pages 1-22. Pages 23-49 are in Part 2. The article also has 5 figures, in GIF format; I've also included a signed copy of the Acknowledgments Page.
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