Cute Kid Composite

I’m giving my talk about blogs as a tool for science outreach again on Monday, and need an updated version of the cute-kid picture screenshot I use in that. So here’s a composite of the two kid pictures I posted a week or two ago, because it should all fit on screen, even on my laptop.

I probably should do something more directly productive, but I drove down to NYC yesterday to do an interview and meet up with some folks from the TED@NYC event back in October, and got stuck there because the attendants at the lot where I parked my car didn’t warn me that they would lock the place up before I got back. I drove back up this morning, which was unduly irritating, and has thrown my whole day off. So low-impact stuff like slide updating and CV formatting are the order of the afternoon.

Comments

  1. #1 Sebastian Thaler
    December 8, 2013

    Totally off-topic, but in case you haven’t seen, The New York Times has posted its “100 Best Books of 2013″ list and there ain’t a single science book on the nonfiction list: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/08/books/review/100-notable-books-of-2013.html?ref=books
    I don’t consider the books by George Johnson, Margalit Fox or Jon Mooallem to be “science” books.

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