March Meeting Updates

I forgot to post this earlier, but there are a few posts out there about the second day of the APS March Meeting:

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The annual March Meeting of the American Physical Society is happening this week in New Orleans. This is the biggest physics conference of the year, by far, with close to 7,000 attendees-- despite what you might think from the Internet, the Condensed Matter crowd who attend the March Meeting…
Hamish Johnston is live-blogging like a pro, and has entries on invisibility, buckets of BEC, biophysics, and the toy show. Travis Hime knows more than you do about superconducting qubits. And that's it for the moment.
I'm giving an exam this morning, then taking the afternoon off for my annual hoops overdose, so there won't be much physics commentary here for the next few days. If you want hot physics news, though, there are a bunch of bloggers at the March Meeting, providing summaries on the Internet: Doug…
The March Meeting of the American Physical Society is happening this week. This is one of two large multi-divisional meetings the APS has each year (the other is in April), and it's billed as the largest physics meeting of the year. I've only gone to a March Meeting once and that was the year it…

I meant to post something myself yesterday, but between finishing my talk (which was at 8:36 this morning) and the Clarke group dinner I didn't get to it. Maybe a combined entry for the last two days posted tonight...