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August 2, 2004
Research, The Right Way
For today, instead of reading something over here, I'd like to send everyone over to Australian physicist Michael Nielsen. He's been writing a manifesto about how to do research, and here's the finished product. (Thanks to Chad Orzel for the link.)
I find his prespective to be very accurate indeed. Readers may recognize some themes that I've sounded over here from time to time. I'll be add my own comments in a future post or two.
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