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Archives for June, 2009

Lindau – I have arrived

I have arrived. The trip was OK. Terminal 2 at RDU rocks – I was there far too early (due to trip-excites) and spent 3 hours online on my iPhone. At Heathrow, wifi is pay-only, and I could not detect any at the Zurich airport. There is no AT&T signal to be picked up at…

Welcome the newest SciBlings!

Eric Michael Johnson has moved his blog Primate Diaries from blogspot to NN and today to http://scienceblogs.com/photosynthesis/2009/06/rocks_that_rock.php. w00t! Photo Synthesis, the Sb photoblog gets a new contributor every month or so. B Jefferson Bolender started today.

The series of interviews with some of the participants of the 2008 Science Blogging Conference was quite popular, so I decided to do the same thing again this year, posting interviews with some of the people who attended ScienceOnline’09 back in January. Today, I asked Glendon Mellow of the The Flying Trilobite, to answer a…

This is the first in a series of posts from Circadiana designed as ClockTutorials, covering the basics of the field of Chronobiology. It was first written on January 12, 2005:

Clock Quotes

The ability to relate and to connect, sometimes in odd and yet striking fashion, lies at the very heart of any creative use of the mind, no matter in what field or discipline. – George J. Seidel

This is a repost of an November 6, 2007 post (as always, click on the icon to see the original and its comments):

A repost of a November 28, 2008 post:

Clock Quotes

Wives in their husbands’ absences grow subtler, And daughters sometimes run off with the butler. – George Gordon Noel Byron

OpenLab09 – submissions so far

Here are the submissions for OpenLab 2009 to date. As we have surpassed 180 entries, all of them, as well as the “submit” buttons and codes and the bookmarklet, are under the fold. You can buy the 2006, 2007 and 2008 editions at Lulu.com. Please use the submission form to add more of your and…

A post from December 5, 2007: