Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Pulse

I get PublishersWeekly.com's PWDaily in my email every day. Most days I glance at it and move on. Today there was an article about a new book coming out from Farrar, Strauss and Giroux called Pulse by Robert Frenay and it's being offered by RSS subscription online.

I ran (figuratively) right over and subscribed. I love science and of all the sciences I think I most love biology. I wanted to be a biologist when I was quite young and didn't realize that my downfall would be the math involved until High School. I contented myself in my later years with reading about science and reading science fiction.

Pulse online is loaded with links, has other features and if you register, you can comment. I've read the past posts that I had missed to date and anxiously await tomorrow's installment.

Why? Because he's talking about some really radical and interesting things that will make the future a very different place. Like the gasoline engine was to the steam engine, the things he is discussing may have revolutionary consequences.

In one sentence there is a link to this site where the information was posted a year ago - I wonder what advances have been made already?

Well, it's late and I need to go to bed - but I couldn't help but post this, it's so exciting!

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2 comments:

Anne C. Watkins said...

Hi Dawno :)

I left a comment in your 'gonna be traveling soon' post. You're a sweet, sweet friend--and a science nerd, to boot, which is very cool. :D

Dawno said...

As my daughter says "you're such a dorky geek, mom" and I say, "I am not - I'm a darling nerd" :-)