I’m watching a 9/11 documentary on the History Channel — “102 Minutes that Changed America.” I’m not entirely sure why, but its been a tradition of mine on Sept. 11 to watch a documentary and listen to the John Adams CD “On the Transmigration of Souls.” I guess it just helps to remember. It also makes me really think about the upcoming election and how much is at stake. (I also realize that half of America thinks the right choice for this reason is very different than what I think. I just hope that we can all unite to do the work that America needs done, no matter the outcome.)
Just a quick tumblelog for when I want to keep in touch.
I’m running back through a big back-log of items from this Summer, so there’s quite a few updates from Graduation up through my last trip to Canada.
It looks like I didn’t take any pictures during the Yeast meeting. That conference was on the Univ. of Toronto campus, and was really good. There were lots of interesting talks, and all the social events were really great.
I had a couple conferences up in Toronto — ISMB (the big computational biology conference) and the Yeast Genetics meeting. So a group of us from the lab drove up and back together to stay for a week in Canada.