Correlations is live

I mentioned a new blogging project I'm involved with last week--a group blog called Correlations in conjunction with PBS and WIRED magazine. Well, now it's up and running, so take a minute to poke around and read more about my other co-bloggers. Just intro posts are up for now, but "real" content will be coming shortly (they're still tweaking things a bit). Comments on things you like/hate are appreciated as well.

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On Correlations' comment captchas:

Dark letters on a dark background. That is so brilliant you'd think we were talking about creationists.

I like the choice of first blogger on the list. It denotes discriminating judgement.