Saturday, February 12, 2005

Today, he is a (nano) man

I spent yesterday ripping up 401, 403, QEW and I-90 driving my kids from Detroit to Boston for my nephew's Bar Mitzvah. I'm in Concord, Mass., now, trying to brush up on my Hebrew so as not to completely embarrass the man of the hour.

Meanwhile, Adam Keiper has been busy sending me more dispatches from D.C., and I'll try to post as much as possible over the weekend. Thanks for your patience, as I know there is a great deal of interest in this National Research Council meeting on molecular nanotechnology.

And, in case you're wondering, my nephew is gettting two gifts from his nerdy nano uncle: Bill Bryson's "A Short History of Nearly Everything," and Eric Drexler's "Engines of Creation."

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