Beacons of the Bloggerati!

Last week, Sheril, Abel and I went to Duke's Terry Sanford Institute on Public Policy to talk about science blogging and other aspects of Science 2.0 to a graduate class on science policy communication taught by Misha Angrist, who dubbed the three of us the Beacons of the Bloggerati! Sheril has an interesting picture, taken during lunch, in the balmy NC weather outside. Under the fold is an indoors picture taken by Misha, using Abel's camera (I forgot to bring mine):

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