Join the Northwest Science Writers Association and the Forum on Science Ethics and Policy for a conversation with PZ Myers, biology professor at the University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) and the author of the science blog Pharyngula at Pacific Science Center’s Laser Dome on Monday, June 2 from 7-9 p.m.
I’ve made the journey to Seattle (actually, Auburn, where many of my family members live), and have discovered that access to the internet is spotty in the west coast suburbs — there are wireless servers everywhere, but at the same time, everyone has gotten savvy and protects them with a password. How cruel! Fortunately, I’ve talked one of my nephews into handing out their home network password to a known internet provocateur, so maybe I’ll have some access this week.
It appears that he has been able to keep up his prolific posting rate even as he diligently prepares for tonight’s talk.