Thanks to everyone for clicking over here. And thanks especially to those who comment. It makes things much more interesting.
PS — Don’t forget to look me up at Pepperdine. 3:15 on Wednesday. KSC 130. This is in the Keck Science building and is easily gotten to from the top of the stairs — in fact, attending this class could avoid climbing LOTS of steps because it’s on the first floor. I should add that the entrace from the other side is via the Appleby Center.
PPS — I’m flying out tomorrow and on vacation Monday and Tuesday. You’ll be able to find me at the bobsled ride in Disneyland. Ahh … I love roller coasters. My wife is a Disney addict. I mean, to stay married, I have to get her to a Disney theme park at least once a year. We’ve just returned from DisneyWorld, so this is a double dose. I’m counting on major brownie points!
PPPS — I don’t know when I’ll be able to log back in. If there’s wireless on campus, I’ll try to post during the day. But I don’t know if I’ll be able to do that. So don’t take offense if I don’t respond to your comments for a while.
PPPPS — Did you notice the map at the bottom of the left column? I found that little doodad over on Bobby Valentine’s Stoned Campbell blog. Pretty cool. It’s been up only a couple of days, and already I’ve had viewers from all continents other than Antarctica! (But then, Antarctica isn’t on the map, so maybe a few scientists are logging in. Who knows?) And I look to be pretty popular in Great Britain for some reason. Really amazing technology.