That smile. That presence. That fashion sense. Yup, Richard Feynman. First we're published together in the CRC Handbook of Nanotech, now we find ourselves playing the same second fiddles on the same page to the infinitely more photogenic Giselle Itiê. Not bad, considering he checked out before I entered my teens.
I have no idea what Pablo Nogueira's article says, but I do know that the folks at Revista Latitude (that's Latitude Magazine!) spiced the text up with a few primo images available from Rocky Rawstern's much appreciated nanotech-now.com gallery. Revista Latitude and Revista Top are very visual magazines. The now-ness of a Rolling Stone with the imagery of a National Geographic. I didn't understand a word but I much enjoyed turning the pages. It does a researcher good to see that a magazine can make science work in same binding with photojournals of exotic destinations or fashion on location.
Calfskin bongos, international models, molecular nanotechnology. I think anyone who finished "Surely You Must Be Joking" would conclude that the man would approve.
I mentioned in a previous post about the good news being had by Mark and family with his Qubits building blocks. His toys (and graphics, which are also excellent) are featured on the main page of renderosity.com, a computer graphics art community site (there really is other content on the site besides hi-res women's fashion (or lack thereof)). Now everyone can see what it was I was talking about (and why not yet another google hit for the Qubits website?). The article feedback is looking pretty positive as well.
Despite Marsha Carlson's best efforts, I still don't quote well. Fortunately, they managed to switch the order of my first and middle name (I oft' wonder why the "Gregory" shows up everywhere), so people might wind up mistaking me for someone else.
Just for the sake of keeping records, a pdf of the article is available HERE.