Archive for March, 2013
Stuff worth reading What to tell a partner who wants you to remove your pubic hair Shared for the spectacular snub line: “he should be so lucky to pick one of your pubic hairs out of his teeth.” Also for the good advice
If you forget me Pablo Neruda, trans. Ochoa Pérez Isaac I want you to know one thing. You know what it is like: if I look at the crystal moon, the red branch of the quiet autumn through my window, if I touch you by the fire the impalpable ashes or the shriveled firewood, everything draws […]
Stuff worth reading Red, Bike & Green wants to shift the color balance in bicycling The cycling community would do well to acknowledge that poor folks have been using bikes and their own two feet as their primary form of transportation since long before all their spandex and activism and bike lanes and $3000 bikes […]
The Do – On my shoulders from The Dø on Vimeo.
Still, says Clette, it is fascinating to ‘work’ with colleagues from hundreds of years ago. For instance, he says that even though Galileo’s coverage of the Sun was spotty because Galileo was “busy with planets and other things”, the drawings are detailed enough to reveal information about the magnetic structure of the sunspot groups and […]
At a workshop on media relations for scientists, we read the first page of a paper from a totally foreign field and wrote a headline and first paragraph for a news story on the study. It was pretty challenging, but fun, to think of attention-getting but accurate ways to convey research. Then the presenter, someone […]