Monday, April 30, 2007

Light Through a Lens

For those colleagues of mine who don't keep up with the science blogs, even one as enjoyable as Backreaction, be sure to check out Sabine's recent guest blogger in her "Inspirations" series: former spokesman of the PHENIX experiment at RHIC, Bill Zajc. Bill is one of heavy ion physics' more eloquent spokespeople in general (e.g. see the story on RHIC physics he co-wrote for Scientific American last spring), and this latest example is no exception. And only one typo -- pretty good for a long blog piece (sorry, Bill!).

(shameless self-promotion of the day #1: Pertaining to this post, I did a piece for this way back in February.)

(shameless self-promotion #2: I'm going to be getting some official sponsorship starting tomorrow, when I'll be blogging as part of BNL's 60th aniverssary. Nice to have some pressure once in a while!)

UPDATE: Brant suggested I mention Bill's Wikipedia entry, for no other reason than the fact that he has one.

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