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Archives for December, 2007

Here is the fourth installment in the series – the fifth is coming tomorrow. Please comment and my Mom will respond. Fulfilled lives of Dina and Jovan Rajs Sunday, November 11th The Hotel Dining room could accomodate all 800 participants. Members of the Conference Committee used the oportunity to let Israeli officials, polititicians and scientists…

There are 24 days until the Science Blogging Conference. We have 200 registered participants and a few people on the waiting list. The Sigma Xi space accommodates 200 and we have ordered food for 200 and swag bags for 200. Apart from the public list, we also have a list with a couple of anonymous…

Danny – COD

ClockQuotes

You are … the lens in the beam. You can only receive, give, and possess the light as the lens does. – Dag Hammarskjold, 1905 – 1961

Today’s carnivals

Grand Rounds Vol. 4, No. 14 are up on MedGadget The 151st Carnival of Education is up on History is Elementary The 104th Carnival of Homeschooling is up on Po Moyemu–In My Opinion And, the Linnaeus’ Legacy is looking for entries for the third edition.

This is the third post in the series. I mentioned before that my Mom taped her story for the Shoah project. You can access the tapes through the RENCI site. Also, regulars here know that my Mom reads this blog and sometimes comments. I assume that she would not object to answering a couple of…

There are 25 days until the Science Blogging Conference. We have 200 registered participants and a few people on the waiting list. The Sigma Xi space accommodates 200 and we have ordered food for 200 and swag bags for 200. Apart from the public list, we also have a list with a couple of anonymous…

I loved your daughter – Ibrica Jusic

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ClockQuotes

We cannot hold a torch to light another’s path without brightening our own. – Ben Sweetland

A Blog Around The Clock: Year In Review

The year in review meme is too random to really capture the highlights of a year on a blog. So, here is a collection of links that I think mark the most important moments of this blog in the last year: January (297 posts) was dominated by the science blogging anthology and the science blogging…