Monthly Archives: September 2010

Phishy Conference

Edit: Commenter David Green below reports that he has been to one of these conferences, and that it is not a scam. I can’t confirm this personally, but will correct myself if I’m shown to be wrong. My suspicions were … Continue reading

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Check out Cal-ECHOES

The thought of leading a research cruise as a second-year grad student is somewhat mind-boggling to me, but that’s exactly what my friend and former shipmate Mindi is doing right now out of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. She sends … Continue reading

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IEEE Oceans Wrapup: Ocean Observing and Real-Time Data

So I’ve been a bit absent lately from this blog. This was largely due to the fact that I’ve been a man on the run for the past month or so, both figuratively and literally. There were two trips down … Continue reading

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Spreading Santorum

This is not even remotely ocean- or science-related, but is too awesome not to write about. Rick Santorum, noted homophobe and former Senator from the state of Pennsylvania, has his beady little Pennsylvanian eyes set on the Presidency of the … Continue reading

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