Recently I had the pleasure of speaking with the larger-than-life, younger-than-that-now, roving correspondent and protege of Mr. Bat Segundo: Angrist: I would say that my genome had relatively little to do with my psychic ups
Archives for January 2011
Forbes Magazine’s Matt Herper and I discuss being: a public genome, a data point living in the cloud, a research participant, and a big ol’ bag o’ mutations.
ScienceOnline has become my favorite meeting. To be surrounded by so many smart, creative, risk-embracing people for three days nonstop is a joy. Among the sessions that stick out as exceptional was one featuring bloggers
Yesterday I went to the New York Historical Society’s exhibit Breakthrough: The Dramatic Story of the Discovery of Insulin (through January 31; $12 for adult non-members). I know–the title is breathless and leads the witness.
Sorry that this blog has been inert…like Argon on Ambien. (I know: chemistry humor–you can’t beat it) Here’s a 100% self-serving update: On Wednesday January 5 at 7:30PM EST I will be on BrianLehrer.TV on
No, it’s not too late We’ve got a clean slate The future’s our fate This year Last year was a fiasco A real disaster So full of sorrow This year will be a great year