Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Very Large (and very cold) Array

The crack of dawn cracked especially hard this morning in Socorro, New Mexico. It was our day to go to the Very Large Array, a group of 27 radio telescopes spread across a mesa to the west of Socorro. I … Continue reading

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Father-son bonding experience, Part II

Sunrise comes early at The Bosque. Though the official sunrise was 7:11 a.m. today, the birds were very active at about 6:35 a.m. The big Sand Hill Cranes had already started taking off in flights of three or four when … Continue reading

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Father-son bonding experience, Part I

I’m in New Mexico, home of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the White Sands Missile Range, and the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Among other things. I’m here with my son Patrick to take photos of migratory birds. There … Continue reading

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The prepress petri dish

This post was originally made on June 11, 2010 on my blog at What They Think. I have updated the information in it here. When I am not teaching, I am usually sitting in my home office, the master of … Continue reading

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Old School typing errors corrected with GREP

When I was 13, my dad forced me to take a business typing class during summer vacation. It was awful, except for the cute girls who were a bit older, and a lot more sophisticated than I was. The teacher … Continue reading

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