Monthly Archives: March 2016

Episode 61 – “Squiggly McSquiggleface”

This week we catchup on feedback and news, discuss ship naming conventions, and learn about an old gravity experiment! What do the Apollo missions and a Scottish mountain have in common? Listen to find out!

Feedback/News

The Apollo Story

Schiehallion

Fun Paper

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Episode 60 – “Open Source is Magical” Martin Pratt

This week we are joined by guest Dr. Martin Pratt to discuss new ways to visualize your data and express the frustrations we still deal with on a daily basis.

Martin Pratt

Fun Paper Friday

Can your smartphone help warn of an impending earthquake? Find out with this week’s Fun Paper Friday!

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Episode 59 – “You get a lot of bloat-ware, but you don’t get a compiler”

This week we talk about mounds of feedback, learning new skills, and where to tackle the problem of computer programming. It’s for everyone and it’s really not scary!

Fun Paper Friday

What happens when a few Goodmans write a paper? You get a study on authorship that is paralleled by none! Thanks for the paper Andrew!

Goodman, Allen C., et al. “A Few Goodmen: Surname‐Sharing Economist Coauthors.” Economic Inquiry 53.2 (2015): 1392–1395.

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Episode 58 – “The background on my phone is a thin section” Hannah Rabinowitz

Fun Paper Friday

In this week’s Fun Paper Friday we find out what your eyes were doing when they weren’t rolled back in your head during those long classroom powerpoint presentations.

Slykhuis, D. A., Wiebe, E. N., & Annetta, L. A. (2005). Eye-Tracking Students’ Attention to PowerPoint Photographs in a Science Education Setting. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 14(5–6), 509–520. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10956–005–0225-z

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