I’m at Butler University tomorrow for a National Science Foundation grant-writing workshop. Blogging will most likely not happen until the evening, if at all, although I do have the Friday Random 10 already written up and in the queue for auto-posting Friday morning. I’ve done these NSF workshops in the past, and process generally isn’t particularly captivating for a blog audience, but you never know.
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