Monthly Archives: January 2012

Font Challenge

Today I heard from someone who was complaining that Arial is an abomination. I’m not the biggest fan of Arial either, but I’m superstitious, and most of my successful grant proposals have been written in Arial. So I keep using … Continue reading

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O Tannenbaum

There must be something interesting that could be done with all those discarded Christmas trees I passed on my walk to work today. Maybe an instant backyard magical forest for the kids? Bonfire? Late season sukkah? Nordic-themed soccer goalposts? Skinny … Continue reading

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To do…

So, 2012 is finally fucking here! Of course I will be ringing in the new year with a few grants to submit, preparing a couple of manuscripts (if the folks in my lab get around to writing them), teaching a … Continue reading

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