Wow, I guess everything IS bigger in Texas…

…including, at least for today, my audience.

After being linked to from The Tangled Bank I’ve gotten hits from all over. Mostly using Firefox, I notice, and a large number of Mac users (plus at least one and possibly two fellow Penguinistas.)

Hits coming from all over – A few from Canadian colleges, Michigan, California, New York, the U.K., the Sydney, Australia area [update: Oh, and now India – Hello, India!]…and a surprisingly large number from Texas.

Interesting selection of institutions, too. Colleges, research institutions, government agencies…I just want to assure the readers from the disease and mental-health organizations (there was at least one from each) that I’m perfectly healthy and sane. For certain values of “perfectly”, anyway. At least, I’m not 5150 nor afflicted with any sort of terminal condition.

Since at least a few people seemed to come back and look at the rest of the site, I’ll endeavor to put up a post tomorrow on what exactly I’m trying to do in this blog and such (in case anyone’s thinking “that’s nice, but does this get better?…”).

But for now it’s bedtime – early morning Pathogenic Microbiology Lab tomorrow. Goodnight, all.

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The Author is (currently) an autodidactic student of Industrial and Environmental microbiology, who is sick of people assuming all microbiology should be medical in nature, and who would really like to be allowed to go to graduate school one of these days now that he's finished his BS in Microbiology (with a bonus AS in Chemistry). He also enjoys exploring the Big Room (the one with the really high blue ceiling and big light that tracks from one side to the other every day) and looking at its contents from unusual mental angles.

2 thoughts on “Wow, I guess everything IS bigger in Texas…”

  1. You know, I was taking you seriously until I got to the whole “sane” thing. Aren’t you the same guy who tells me sanity is over-rated?

    I’m not sure why you’re so surprised, really. You’re not only a geek, you’re an INTERESTING geek. You explain yourself well without making people feel stupid (a trait, I think, you inherited from Dad). And you’re really passionate about learning, which helps.

  2. You’re not only a geek, you’re an INTERESTING geek.

    Thanks, I’ll pay you later…

    (Oh, crap, was that my “out loud” voice?…)

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