Thursday, October 18, 2012

Around the Blogs in 80 Summer Hours

It's the summer somewhere. Here are some of the blog entries that caught my eye this past.....fifteen days

Pretty much in line with what Bob and Dirk did a month ago (i.e writing about meetings they attended), Dustin has a wonderful and in-depth presentation of what he saw at ESI 2012:on Phase retrieval. I think I may be tempted to make a full entry out of each of these meetings summaries next time as they are so insightful. I am in awe.. Thanks Dustin, Dirk and Bob.

Danny talked about

Seth is intrigued by an experiment on Reddit in The Reddit Protein Powder Tests
Brian talks about Looking for a new job
Walking Randomly: talks about Free and commercial alternatives to Simulink
2physics tells us more about Avian Compass Reloaded
MathBlogging has a new Mathematical Instrument with Katie StecklesThe Aperiodical

Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
W00076422.jpg was taken on October 17, 2012 and received on Earth October 17, 2012. The camera was pointing toward ENCELADUS at approximately 584,365 miles (940,445 kilometers) away, and the image was taken using the IR3 and CL2 filters. T

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