Moving

Oscillator is moving to the brand new Scientific American network! I'm excited for this new opportunity and sad to be leaving my old home here. I want to give many special thanks to SEED people past and present for their help and support, in particular Nikki, Erin, Greg, Evan, and Wes. And of course I have to thank all of you who read and commented and shared and supported me here, I hope you change your RSS feeds and bookmarks and come visit me at my new spot!

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