Inspired by Josh at work I ran my undergraduate thesis through a tagcloud generator. I think its kinda neat. If you didn’t get a chance to read my thesis, you can see what the most repeated words were. So without further adieu, here is “A Child’s Eye View of Life as a Scientist”

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Parallels Universe

So I started using Parallels on my mac, to better be able to test out features of Zotero and I must say it is messing with my head. I am really weirded out by the way my machine switches back and forth.

I wanted to take a screen shot, but I realized that I don’t have a print screen button. I was really perplexed at how to go about this, but then I thought, cant I just use the shift apple 4 combo I use on the mac, I mean this still is my mac right. And low and behold it worked. I find little things like this keep messing with my mind, which is to say that it is quite a bit of fun.

Watching a computer boot up in a window is truely a tripy experience.