Monthly Archives: May 2013

Finding Metrics for Success

A few weeks ago I came across a post by Cal Newport on his blog Study Hacks. He described his process for identifying metrics for success in his field. The majority of advice I see is based on anecdotal evidence … Continue reading

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Two Years in Peer Review

After working its way through the peer review process for a little over two years, I just submitted the final proof for a journal article. This has been my most complete experience with the peer review process. While I have … Continue reading

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An Impostor in the White House

Since I am currently living in Paris, I decided to take advantage of the wonderful movie culture and see G.I Joe: Retaliation (If you stumbled onto this post expecting to find information about the reptilian Obama, I apologize). Obviously the … Continue reading

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