Archive for August, 2008

Slowpoke (The Tea Collection Blog – 28 August 2008)

A blog post about my nephews adventures eating snails in the Bordeaux region of France appears on the Tea Collection blog.  I will be blogging there regularly about my travel adventures with kids. Excerpt: On our first day in St.

Computational models reveal new insights in neuroscience (The Dana Foundation Website – 6 August 2008)

Neural networks are being used increasingly to inform neuroscience.  An article about ways they can be used to test hypotheses appears on the Dana Foundation website. Excerpt:Neuroscientists have learned a great deal about how the brain works, from the molecular

RFID helps Florida State Attorney track case files (Government Technology – August 2008)

( An article about the way a Florida State Attorney’s office is using RFID to tackle case file management appears in the August 2008 issue of Government Technology magazine. Excerpt: In the Florida Office of the State Attorney’s 15th Judicial

Down on the dollar (Successful Meetings – August 2008)

An article about how meeting planners can best stretch the dollar when planning events overseas appears in the August 2008 issue of Successful Meetings magazine. Excerpt:The trusty greenback has Americans a little blue when they travel to Europe these days.