About Anything

The personal blog of Al Stevens. Focus is overrated.

Friday’s reads

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A brief post on ScienceNOW points out that  the current H1N1 virus is made up of pieces of human, swine, and avian viruses from North America, Europe, and Asia. This patched-together virus might not be stable and could easily recombine with other viruses encountered in a host.

From 2003, an entertaining analysis of the biology of B-movie monsters, written by Michael C. LaBarbera, professor of Organismal Biology & Anatomy

Guy Steele Interviews John McCarthy, Father of Lisp, complete with a transcript.

Written by Al Stevens

May 1st, 2009 at 2:43 pm

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