It’s been a while since I posted a “sound-of-the-day”. Here’s a new one, based on a printer in the office where I used to work. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] It’s basically just the same printer sound layered on itself seven times, each time with a different pitch and bandpass filter setting. There’s [...]
Kind praise from my MIT advisor Tom Levenson on his Inverse Square Blog–this post seems to have inspired health-care-debate-link-love from Bioephemera and Cosmic Variance. Thanks everybody! And have you picked up your copy of Newton and the Counterfeiter yet?
Here’s what I did for New Scientist in the month of August: Drilling in a Deep-sea Quake Zone: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17552-research-ship-drills-deep-into-ocean-quake-zone.html (400 words) Robot Operating System: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20327206.300-robots-to-get-their-own-operating-system.html (900 words +2 min video, collaboration) This one was well-received online, with link-love from BoingBoing, Crunchgear, Popular Science, and Engadget. The video was a collaboration between me and my friend [...]