I'm in Physics Today: Web Watch!

A few days ago, I noticed several referrals to this weblog from Physics Today while browsing through the server access logs. Had a quick look, and didn't see anything pointing to my weblog right away.

Looked again later on after seeing a few more referrals, and then I saw it in the Web Watch (subscriber sign-in required) section of the March issue! There it was, a link to my weblog! Web Watch is a little side column in Physics Today that highlights 2 or 3 interesting physics related websites. Have no idea how my weblog ended up there or even why since I haven't really put much of any physics content here yet, aside from my Journal club postings. But still, very cool.

For those of you who don't have access to the latest issue online and just can't wait for it to show up in your local library, here it is.


Eugene Mah, a medical physicist at the Medical University of South Carolina, keeps a daily weblog called IMABLOG. With a soupçon of physics, Mah logs the minutiae of his daily life and reflects on the world in general.