Predicting the in vivo signature of human gene regulatory sequences -- Noble et al. 21 (Supplement 1): i338 -- Bioinformatics
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Might be interesting to go to....
Interesting in relation to the diffusion of new ideas. I tried two bills, listed below.
Wonder if it's possible to find a "transitional" form molecule.
Check out the movies of the transition (in supplement). Might be interesting for morph server.
Thought this interesting in relation to Y50K thing.
Looks useful for office conference phone. Let's get it and SkypeOut!
Might be relevant to conservation patterns of pseudogenes
Might be relevant in relation to novel TARs
Makes me want to complain at about the vending machines prominent in my office lobby.
Describes the gadget lifestyle. Here's a letter I wrote on this:
I read with great interest the recent article about the degree to which kids and young adults are multitasking using various electronic gadgets. I'm a University professor and often have the experience in giving seminars to people using Internet-enabled computers, cell phones, and other devices. I've definitely observed the distractive behavior described to in the article. In particular, I once had the fascinating experience demonstrating an online computer resource during a seminar. No one raised any questions during the seminar or said anything about the demo. Afterwards, when I returned to my computer, I went through a flurry of e-mails, most of them CC'd to me. It appears that during the seminar, one of the students was trying out the resource that I was discussing and e-mailed lots of his friends rather critical comments about it. They, of course, e-mailed him back and some of these responses were CC'd to me, so I could trace the dialogue. I later confronted the instigating student and asked him why he didn't simply just raise his hand and ask a question in the traditional style. He was rather dumbfounded and didn't seem to understand the point. I guess this is the new world we're in.