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Microsoft hosts Feynman lecture series

Project Tuva, the new interactive video application developed for Microsoft Research, is featuring Richard Feynman's 1964 Messenger Lecture Series presented at Cornell University.

Project Tuva (for Microsoft Research) from Stimulant on Vimeo.

ArXiview

For those who must stay up with ArXive, there is ArXiview, a new iPhone application billed as "a very easy way to surf the last few weeks of arXiv postings."   Developed by Paul Gingsparg then of the Los Alamos Nattional Laboratory and now of Cornell University, arXiv.org provides "Open Access to 534,588 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics." [04-24-09].

ArXiview was designed by Dave Bacon, a

2008 Winners of the Ig Nobel Prize

What can I say? It's Friday afternoon and these folks always lighten up the day or sends one into a depression to rival the economic one we're hurling towards.

My question: These papers get published?

American Physical Society Launches New Online Publication

Finding the best in physics now becomes easier with the formal launch of Physics,
http://physics.aps.org/
a new, free, online publication from the American Physical Society. Physics will highlight and provide commentary on selected papers from among the extensive publications of Physical Review Letters and the Physical Review series.

Rappin' Physics

They do seem to have fun at CERN!

 

 
CERN Rap from Will Barras on Vimeo.

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