Jenkins - Future Journal (2010)
speaking in semaphore
this is my kingdom come, this is my kingdom come
i don’t want to stuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuudy. i’ve gone through every item on my procrastination list…
my day-old Brisk tastes like refrigerator.
i think i’ve classically conditioned myself to get in study mode after i have tea or coffee. last ditch attempt right here.
… and now we’re talking about operant v. classical conditioning
PWP—productivity what productivity
when we got to this scene the entire theater clapped, it was great
Mapping the Embryonic Epigenome: How Genes Are Turned On and Off During Early Human Development
May 9, 2013 — A large, multi-institutional research team involved in the NIH Epigenome Roadmap Project has published a sweeping analysis in the current issue of the journal Cell of how genes are turned on and off to direct early human development. Led by Bing Ren of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Joseph Ecker of The Salk Institute for Biological Studies and James Thomson of the Morgridge Institute for Research, the scientists also describe novel genetic phenomena likely to play a pivotal role not only in the genesis of the embryo, but that of cancer as well. Their publicly available data, the result of more than four years of experimentation and analysis, will contribute significantly to virtually every subfield of the biomedical sciences.
Kubrick at LACMA
You have a few more weeks to catch this show—it closes June 30.