Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Ok, you can file this one under the heading of “blowing your own trumpet” (no, you bold lewd people, I don’t mean in that way, notwithstanding the fact that it would be a nigh impossible feat of fantastical gymnastic ability), just to show that it’s not all about relatively trivial stuff like music and film or alternatively lowering the tone at every opportunity, feel free to check out my insightful contribution to a quantum cryptography post on one of the New Scientist blogs, albeit in the form of a comment.
Ok, ok, so it’s like not the biggest deal in the World ever but, nevertheless, the fact that it was accepted by the moderator and resulted in a follow up reply from the author made me happy and, sometimes, it’s the small things that count. Worryingly, the author never did clarify whether or not I am in fact an idiot! Also, in my eagerness I omitted the word "other" from the last sentence of my comment... damn.
If, unlike all of those pretty and intelligent girlies at the secret UCC rat experimentation lab, you don’t regularly read the New Scientist blogs then you don’t know what you’re missing. So for a change, why not stimulate your brain for a few minutes and check out the links below.
Speaking of lab rats, Rat Girl, did you give back that book yet? Don’t be coy now, you know exactly what I’m talking about!
Anyhoo, onto more scientific matters...uber impressed with the contribution to the New Scientist blog. Always full of weird and wonderful random info!
As for my astounding quantum cryptography observation, no one really likes a smart arse! :-)
Might have to add NS to my ever-increasing list of daily reads...
Well done PCB though, you brainy bastard!
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