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Derek Lowe The 2002 Model

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Derek Lowe, an Arkansan by birth, got his BA from Hendrix College and his PhD in organic chemistry from Duke before spending time in Germany on a Humboldt Fellowship on his post-doc. He's worked for several major pharmaceutical companies since 1989 on drug discovery projects against schizophrenia, Alzheimer's, diabetes, osteoporosis and other diseases. To contact Derek email him directly: Twitter: Dereklowe

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March 12, 2005

New Address

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Posted by Derek

I wanted to point out that my email address has changed. After fifteen years (!), my old AOL address is no more. DSL connectivity has finally crept into our corner of the world, so now send your comments, complaints, and (not least) offers of gainful freelance goodness to me at:

The fine print: No immediate family members of deceased strongmen, please. No offers to elongate any part of my body will be considered. And I already have all the cheap insurance and discount toner cartridges that one man can handle.

Oh, and the next post here will be Tuesday evening/Wednesday morning. For plenty of science-themed reading material (more than a couple of day's worth, that's for sure), try the Tangled Bank.

Also, William Tozier has an interesting pile of science and art-related stuff here, and the latter is well represented, as usual, over at Two Blowhards. There, I've done my part for productivity.

Comments (5) + TrackBacks (0) | Category: Blog Housekeeping


1. Linkmeister on March 13, 2005 2:08 AM writes...

Grins. What about all the off-price Vi**ra and C**lis?

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2. PacRim Jim on March 13, 2005 2:39 AM writes...

Just know that spiders have harvested your new e-mail address and it's now being distributed to spam servers worldwise. Prepare for the deluge of spam.

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3. Derek Lowe on March 13, 2005 7:02 AM writes...

Yep, my spam filter is braced. There's no alternative but to face into the wind, though. . .

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4. chris on March 13, 2005 10:44 PM writes...

If you're worried about spam, I recommend Cloudmark SafteyBar. It catches practically everything with no false positives.

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5. Angsuman Chakraborty on March 16, 2005 1:54 PM writes...

I think it will be helpful for you to remove the hyperlinked email address. They will definitely be harvested by spammers.

Nowadays even naive bayesian filters like SpamBayes are proving to be ineffective in containing spam.

I am going for a multi-tiered spam containment strategy.

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