You'll never guess where I am now. Yes, I've returned to beautiful Ithaca, New York. It's a bit of a change from sunny San Diego.
I left my job at Agave BioSystems and have returned to academia. I'm now working with John Parker's group in the Cornell Vet School, studying reoviruses.
I've been spending a good deal of time getting acquainted with the current members of Watermargin, the cooperative where I lived during my junior and senior years at Cornell. Though I may at times be a bit overenthusiastic, they seem to tolerate me well enough.
|As most of you know by now, I got married in December of 2001. Karen gave birth on July 12, 2005 to young Miss Molly Rose.|
Our friends, Timothy and Katherine, have made a world of difference during this cross-country transition, and our neighbors have been really, really great. (You can check out Timothy's cool storyboarding shareware at www.6sys.com.) Our neighbors, Bruce and Pauline, are always checking in on us and feeding us.
I am also providing some scientific advice to the Ithaca Biodiesel Cooperative. A variety of resources for startups in the region are available at Research & Enterprise - Ithaca.
Here are some older photos that I managed to put online:
|My Car Wreck Pictures of my 1998 Saturn SL2
after someone collided with it on New Year's Morning 2001
Potrero Photos from my trip with Karen out to the cottage in Potrero.
Some of my other interests: Lou's Foods is an introduction to current issues concerning our food supply (e.g., organic farming, rBGH, and genetically engineered foods).
Here are some of my favorite links.
I have begun a collection of quotes that appeal to me.
Here's a list of prices for some common molecular biology reagents.
Here are a few items of interest from the world of science and technology (transportation, energy, and other stuff). You may also want to visit MIT's Technology Review Magazine.
I'm a big fan of Geoffrey Nunberg's radio essays on language that appear from time to time on NPR's Fresh Air.
If you like geeky humor, you should visit the Science Jokes Archive.
One of my all-time favorite songs is Grey Matter by .
Thanks for stopping by. I can be reached at lhom a t 37 c. org