Monthly Archives: February 2011

Data and Our Future

Perhaps you remember Heroes, a popular American television show, whose tagline during its first season was “Save the cheerleader—save the world.” Well, I don’t know about cheerleaders, but I do know that we need to save the data to save … Continue reading

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Feynman’s Vision: The Next 50 Years

On Friday of last week, I participated in a fascinating event at Caltech in Pasadena in celebration of Richard Feynman’s contributions to science and education. It is just about 50 years since Feynman gave his famous talk entitled, “There’s Plenty … Continue reading

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