As a said in my previous post my faith in blogging is restored and not only that but my faith in google+ was created.
With that in mind I decided to follow the steps in this simple tutorial: Google+ publisher code with badge and +1 button.
Now I have a direct connection between my blogs and my google+ profile and I this will serve as a remainder for me to really blog this year and try to learn a lot of cool things and really be part of something.
Take care and watch this space.
This excellent post by John Baez restored my faith in google+ and in blogging too.
Thus, if you want to just add me to your circles and let’s see what happens.
It’s been a while since my last post, but I’ve had to deal with some personal issues in the last few months.
Things are better now but there still is some work to be done, nevertheless by next week or so I’ll have more time to blog. That means more Mathematica code, more Physics incursions and more of whatever is on my mind.
Sorry for taking so long, but things will get better now (on all of my blogs!).
PS: in the next week the blog will resume to normalcy.
Reading on Quantum Mechanics, reading on Mathematical Methods of Physics, reading reading, reading…
Taking into account the amount of things I’ve forgotten and the amount of things that just become fuzzy over the years of inactivity this is a good thing (even though tiresome). Tomorrow I’ll start the writing up process of what I’ve been up to these last few weeks and in no time you’ll be seeing the results here.
On a more professional level I’ve taken a look at this article Radiative transitions in a unitarized meson model and apparently one of the goals of my research will be to extend the results of this paper.
Also I’ve came back to Portugal to take care of some personal issues and I’ll have to stay here for a month and a half. I think that in this time I’ll be able to write more often and more deeply too.
On the meantime my advice is that you should take a look at Not Even Wrong , mathbabe , Quantivity, RÉSONAANCES , Cosmic Variance, Azimuth , Uncertain Principles , and Physics and Physicists. There’s a lot of things happening in the world of Particle Physics (notice the two unrelated blogs thrown in the middle and the unrelated blog mixed in the end) and this selection should keep you on your toes.
With all the victims, all the relatives, all the people in Norway.
I’ve come to the conclusion that it sucks. No, really; it sucks.
Besides having a crappy license they also have some crappy and buggy routines.
I guess that means that I’ll have to be a full time convert to Mathematica now.
- See here.
- See also here.