January 11, 2006

Blogroll cleanup

Posted by Arcane Gazebo at January 11, 2006 5:53 PM

It's cleanup day in the lab! Those of you who have seen my lab will have some idea of what this entails. I should have taken before/after pictures but I forgot to do one before starting. Anyway, in this spirit I'm also updating my blogroll. Additions include the indispensable physics blog aggregator Mixed States, hardcore superconducting qubit blog Coherence *, and Dynamics of Cats. Mike^2, who comments here sometimes, has a new blog: Teh. And yes, I have been reading Overheard in New York. Finally, note the new address of Uncertain Principles: http://scienceblogs.com/principles

UPDATE: Pharyngula and The Intersection have also moved to scienceblogs.com. Is this the blogging equivalent of signing to a major label?

Tags: Website

Okay, "Overheard in New York" is too funny.

There should be an "Overheard in Washington."

"Lobbyist: 'Damn it, is that a hand in my pocket? Oh, hey there, Congressman DeLay!'"

"Senator: 'And your qualifications for being Secretary of Homeland Security are what again?'"
"Nominee: 'I won a five dollar nassau playing golf with the President at Camp David last weekend.'"
"Chairman: 'I move the question. All in favor of confirmation say "aye."'"

Posted by: JSpur | January 12, 2006 7:56 AM

Yes, that site was awesome, although it doesn't exactly improve my vision of humanity.

Posted by: Mason | January 12, 2006 10:08 AM

When you said "Washington" I first thought of Washington state, but that would be different:

Chick: Is the organic soy milk vegan?

Suit: So I told the guys at Justice, you drop the antitrust investigation and we'll accidentally leave these briefcases full of money in your office.

Guy #1: Seattle's not bad, but sometimes I'd like to see the sun more often.
Guy #2: The what?

Hobo: Spare some change so I can move to Berkeley?

Posted by: Arcane Gazebo | January 12, 2006 1:41 PM

Travis i think you officail have a spam issue for this damn Phentermine

Posted by: shellock | January 15, 2006 6:29 AM
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