As Og has already pointed out, our good friend Pete has managed to rope us into another one of his crazy projects, GeekDeck. It’s basically getting together a group of computer geeks who like to write and putting together an eclectic “zine/blog thingy … to expand peoples geek palettes”. It’s going to have monthly issues covering a large range of topics and will hopefully have a nice looking PDF version as well soonish.
This month I talked about a couple personal examples of how I’m using open source software in undergraduate and graduate science (specifically physical chemistry) education. Og’s “Cherry Picks of the Month” is fantastic, a great read, as was Pete’s interview of our very own Alan Pope. GeekDeck Issue 1 has a total of eleven articles so go check it out!