Archive for June, 2006

Trouble with White Crystals

Sunday, June 25th, 2006

As Horg Neurocam and myself are ironing out the minor engineering details of our Cavorite Flotation Device, we have come across one or two amusing “artifacts” if you will of the techniques.
To be sure, there is no cause for alarm. When the Cavorite Flotation Device is made available for purchase, you, dear customer, may rest […]

Stanford Team Investigates The Mines

Monday, June 19th, 2006

Stanford’s Life Squared blog had a brief mention of the Cavorite Mines which Horg Neurocam and I have been gradually restoring. It is gratifying and frankly reinvigorating to know that our efforts have begun to make accessible to men of science some of the relics and beauty of the old mines.

Chat about Chat

Wednesday, June 14th, 2006

This posting is an expansion of my comment in Gonta Malt’s Mesh blog
A very interesting essay. And a nice counterpoint to the usual L33T SPORK bashing. This reminds me of an observation I made in a different epoch — when a number of my friends were active with HAM radio: Most of the conversation ON […]

Dress Like A Scientist

Saturday, June 10th, 2006

I’m not very good at shopping. I try to go out and look at stuff, but I get easily overloaded… These all look the same, but for slight differences. Which do I like best? Is this a good price? What if I don’t like it? And I can’t find what I really wanted anyway. I […]