On Saturday and Sunday mornings, I usually sit here and listen to my Pandora stations or livestream KBCO-FM from Boulder, Colorado and find some music video that touches me during these brief, quiet times. A
These are tumultuous times in academia – actually not different than many other fields – where economic pressures are making what used to be a “pure” profession yet just another business. But there are still
So, I was thinking about Valentine’s Day, and that led me to think about kissing, and that led me to think about Sheril Kirshenbaum’s book, The Science of Kissing, and not because I’ve kissed Sheril
Just a quick programming note from my Solitary Sunday category: this year’s compilation of in-studio musical performances at KBCO-FM in Boulder, Colorado, will air and stream on the intertoobs at 9 am Mountain Standard Time
A North Carolina post but of interest to all fans of The Avett Brothers – DJK Driving down to Charlotte last week, I drove past the town of Concord and thought of The Avett Brothers.
I spent much of yesterday following on Twitter the proceedings of ScienceWriters2010, the annual meeting of the National Association of Science Writers (NASW) being held up at Yale University in glorious New Haven, Connecticut. In
In the early 90s, I had the good fortune of living in Denver to do science. Not only that, but I met a couple of academic physicians who liked to play great acoustic-based, rock &