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  1. The last five years

    Looking back, the last 5 years have, collectively, been rather overwhelming.

    Five years ago, I was a big-mouthed 7th year graduate student. The biggest change in my recent life was getting a cat (first) and getting married (second).

    Now, I'm the father of two (adorable) daughters. I have a minivan …

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  2. Missive from a Swing State

    I have a habit of occasionally sending odd e-mails to my postdoc lab mailing list, for reasons that I cannot adequately explain. Here's the latest one:

    Dear Bronner-Fraser Lab,
    I would like to thank you all for your private letters of support;
    between the blizzards of Colorado, the floods of …
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  3. Off to MSU - Woo hoo!

    On Thursday, May 15th, I finished my post-doc position at Caltech.

    On Friday, May 16th, I officially started as an Assistant Professor split between Computer Science & Engineering and Microbiology & Molecular Genetics at Michigan State University.

    On Friday evening and Saturday, we hung out down at the Caltech Marine Lab and …

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  4. E-mail is getting really unreliable

    I've been hit by a few different e-mail-related problems over the last few months, and it's becoming intensely frustrating.

    Some servers seem to randomly drop messages from me, for no obvious reason; at least, people don't get one message and then do get another, a day later. gmail may be …

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  5. MSU Position

    Just a short note to say that I've taken a faculty position at Michigan State University, in Lansing, Michigan. The position is split 65%/35% between the Computer Science and Microbiology & Molecular Genetics departments, and I expect to be working on a fairly wide range of problems. My computational "focus …

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