Posts that people are reading more than other posts
- An exercise in procrastination
- Book reviews? I read something other than manuscripts?
- Dealing with the fact you're in grad school
- Food for thought
- Geekgasm of the Day
- I am a nerd
- Life lessons
- Likely only amusing to me
- My travel journal
- Non-grad school related
- Science is not photogenic
- Science writing
- Slightly more serious than most posts
Category Archives: “Science”
My facial expression when I’m relaxed is apparently not all that happy looking. But really, smiling takes effort. Why would it be the default? Just because I’m not smiling, it doesn’t mean that I’m not happy (holy triple negatives, batman!). Googling “smiling” … Continue reading
I don’t have a twitter account. However, it’s becoming more and more tempting of late. It started with TNG Season 8, dedicated to tweeting the “plots from the unaired 8th season of Star Trek: The Next Generation”. For someone who … Continue reading
Coffee. It’s so, so delicious. And I (like many of my fellow grad school survivors) am addicted to the stuff. However, often times, I find myself having to defend my beverage of choice to my non-coffee drinking friends. (I know?! … Continue reading
In the tradition of celebrating random anniversaries here at inlostlands, since this is post number 47, I suppose this means we need to have a “serious” discussion about Star Trek.
Congratulations, you have just earned your Masters degree in science. You haven’t fallen into the trap of doing a PhD. Yet. And now you’re unemployed and wondering what to do next!
There’s an interesting debate going on in the scientific community right now concerning the dissemination of information. Ironically, the debate is about how much information we can trust people with, and is largely being ignored or misrepresented by the general … Continue reading