Oh well. I'd been blogging less (none) because I've been using that time to work out an idea for publication. That is now finishing up ok. But I went out for a run yesterday, to get away from my desk, get the blood flowing, and hope for some ideas to flow on how to handle the 'last' nagging issue on the paper (graphical, not scientific). Instead, I took a pretty impressive fall and broke my wrist. Since I'm left-handed, it had to be my left wrist. This will crimp my blogging for a few weeks, as I can only type one-handed, which is about 20% the speed of my normal typing. (and error rate is up about 5x as well). Grr.
Still, I can hit the 'approve' button for comments, and there are several good topics which are getting comment.
And, by way of a chance for me to listen, this seems like a good time to open the floor for suggestions. One commenter a while back mentioned a blog-usable LaTeX processor. I'll look in to that. Other ideas for the presentation? Content you'd like to see?
It's been a recurring thought from readers that I really need a better way of organizing, or at least displaying the organization, the content here. I agree with this. The idea I've had regarding how to do it is either to test it out on a wiki, or to use the wiki as the main place. I've set up one for experimentation. If you're interested in the idea, please send me an email (bobg at radix dot net) and I'll add you to the list of editors (and tell you where it is). That address gets a lot of spam, and I'm liable to be intermittent, so a follow-up message a couple days later won't be a bad idea.
Brian Schmidt has a video
7 hours ago