An Inconvenient Truth



Whether you believe Al Gore invented the internet or not, I’m sure he’s got something interesting to say in the upcoming movie, An Inconvenient Truth, which surveys the state of global climate change.

An Inconvenient Truth



Whether you believe Al Gore invented the internet or not, I’m sure he’s got something interesting to say in the upcoming movie, An Inconvenient Truth, which surveys the state of global climate change.

First Synthetic Organ Implanted

A doctor at the Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, dips a specially constructed biodegradable mold—shaped like a bladder and seeded with human bladder cells—into a growth solution on March 30, 2006. In a medical first, working lab-grown transplant organs have been made from a patient’s own cells.

(Ed.)

If you follow this site through your browser or newsreader, you may have noticed things slowing a bit recently. CN has never been a personal blog, nor will it become such, but if you’re interested, let me fill you in on what’s going on behind the scenes. This will be short and sweet, promise.

Update: check the comments.

First, I’m in college, and wrapping up my last semester as a design student. I’ve not-so-quickly realized that most of the useful knowledge there is to be found regarding web design is – surprise – on the web itself, or at least not in class (not my classes anyway). I’m not through with school, but through with how I’ve been using it. Don’t mistake me, higher education has immense value – I might go into this sometime in the future – but I like my knowledge straight from the source, and starting next year I’ll be pursuing a different degree that more closely aligns itself with what I see as university’s strengths.

That said, I’ve been busy with classes and getting my things in order to move and transfer schools and degrees. I’m also rethinking how I want to structure this site, as I’ll be participating in the upcoming CSS Reboot on May 1st as well as rebuilding my portfolio.

So for the next few weeks, I’ll be posting a little less frequently. Stay tuned?

First Synthetic Organ Implanted

A doctor at the Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, dips a specially constructed biodegradable mold—shaped like a bladder and seeded with human bladder cells—into a growth solution on March 30, 2006. In a medical first, working lab-grown transplant organs have been made from a patient’s own cells.

(Ed.)

If you follow this site through your browser or newsreader, you may have noticed things slowing a bit recently. CN has never been a personal blog, nor will it become such, but if you’re interested, let me fill you in on what’s going on behind the scenes. This will be short and sweet, promise.

Update: check the comments.

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