Monthly Archives: August 2014

#banffsci14: A twee-cap

What science and outreach minded person wouldn’t want to spend two weeks hanging out in Banff and talking about science communication? Heck, maybe I’d actually get to meet Jay Ingram. That was my motivation for applying to the¬†Banff Science Communications program. It sounded pretty nice, like a mini vacation from my then-reality of wrestling with […]

A cloudy dissertation

Have you wondered what a theoretical physics thesis looks like as a word cloud? I have. Conveniently, I have a thesis which is readily available to me. In fact, it’s my own, which was accepted in final version just last week (August 13th). You can find the real thing here, although I probably wouldn’t recommend […]