Atlanta, GAUSA 30306
July 7, 2008
mathematics, computer science, physics
These days I get most of it from trade publications and twitter feeds from the experts.
My new thinking on this is: actually DO some science. What doing science (and math) is like is not what is seen on TV or in Powerpoint presentations; one can only really know -- and appreciate -- by doing.
I am a mathematician with interests in computer science and technology (and some physics thrown in).
Well, talking about science is fun, and there really aren't that many people around who either know enough about it to say much, or who have the interest to listen and want to learn more.