Skip to the Main Content

Note:These pages make extensive use of the latest XHTML and CSS Standards. They ought to look great in any standards-compliant modern browser. Unfortunately, they will probably look horrible in older browsers, like Netscape 4.x and IE 4.x. Moreover, many posts use MathML, which is, currently only supported in Mozilla. My best suggestion (and you will thank me when surfing an ever-increasing number of sites on the web which have been crafted to use the new standards) is to upgrade to the latest version of your browser. If that's not possible, consider moving to the Standards-compliant and open-source Mozilla browser.

July 18, 2005

Cosmic Variance

Bring out the heavy hitters.

Sean Carroll, JoAnne Hewett, Clifford Johnson, Mark Trodden and Risa Wexler have started a WordPress-based group blog called Cosmic Variance.

Since Clifford had been rather steadfast in his insistence that he would never take up blogging, I, for one, see some sort of tipping point …

And speaking about physicists, blogging, and WordPress, I learned some interesting news at Strings 2005, which I will doubtless tell y’all about anon.

Posted by distler at July 18, 2005 8:45 AM

TrackBack URL for this Entry:   http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/cgi-bin/MT-3.0/dxy-tb.fcgi/611

0 Comments & 0 Trackbacks

Post a New Comment