Back from Blogcation - twice over

Hi everyone,

I'm officially back from blogcation this week, so thanks for hanging in there while I was (mostly) off the grid! For the next couple of weeks, I'll be slowly wading through the emails and links I got during over the last few weeks.

Plus, I'll not only be posting at BioE, I'll also be contributing over at Collective Imagination, which is focusing this month on technology and personal health, including data visualization and e-health. (These are big interests of mine that I occasionally touch on here at BioE, but are a squarer fit over at CI.) Please pop over and see what you think now and then. My first post is on whether good conversationalists are happier, and I'm sure many of you have opinions on that.

Cheers - and a belated Pi Day!

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