Live Blogging a Science Conference

It goes a little something like this:

6/21/07, 2:20 PM: I wish scientists would learn that a 15 minute talk is only supposed to be 15 minutes long. This isn’t a physics conference – we’re not dealing with relativity.

3:05 PM: Why are so many people in this field unattractive?

3:35 PM: BREAK!!!!!! Hooray for 25 minutes not spent in a basement lecture hall!!!

4:00 PM: I wish that technician would show up to fix my laptop keyboard so that I didn’t have to keep going to my fourth floor lab to check my email and read blogs.

4:45 PM: This is supposed to be my field and I’m not really interested in anything anyone’s saying (insert minor quarter life crisis here). Fuck research, I’m going to go work for the Patent Office when I get my Ph.D.

5:15 PM: How is it that someone can be incredibly brilliant, yet not be able to form a coherent sentence in their native language? Was this guy one of those people who started undergrad at the age of 12?

5:30: Dinner break!!! Fuck coming back afterwards, I’m not staying on campus until 10:30PM when I came in at 8AM. Peace out, yo.

Live blogging will continue tomorrow.

Okay, maybe not really, unless I come up with anything else insightful to say. This is more just an explanation for why I’ve posted so much today…