ONS in 15 minutes
In the middle of my trip to the UK my hard drive crashed. It now looks like I won't be able to recover any of the recordings of the talks I gave. That's the bad news.
The good news is that I recently had the opportunity to give a fairly abbreviated summary of our Open Notebook Science and malaria work for a mini-symposium of faculty research in the Chemistry department at Drexel.
Screencasts and video recordings of talks are useful for many people but dedicating an hour of linear time is a tall order these days.
It is handy to have a 15 minute version available as mp3 or video.
Labels: open notebook science