Last day and happy loading, GSA 2012

Last day and happy loading, GSA 2012

I’m exhausted, too tired now to do justice to our last two days at GSA. Amazed at our success and thankful for my colleagues, clients, and hundreds of visitors to our booth at GSA. And happy for the United States of America.  Yesterday was a great victory for...

GSA 2012 Sunday!

GSA 2012 Sunday!

We were swamped with visitors as the exhibits opened today.  At the peak, I counted 34 people in our booth. We looked great in our new LRRD bowling shirts, and saw lots of old friends, colleagues, and clients.  Dozens of teachers and scientists left contact...

Walking the not-cheap green walk at LRRD.

Walking the not-cheap green walk at LRRD.

  Three years ago, an NSF reviewer who rejected a proposal including our models wrote they were “too expensive,” and we should “provide them at cost.”  He meant “cost of parts,” a terribly flawed idea. Our basic Em2 requires a lot...

Time lapse LRRD at GSA fun!

Time lapse LRRD at GSA fun!

Our trip to GSA this year was incredible. We spent months planning and many hours in final preparation. Everybody at LRRD — Nathan, Meriam, Alee, Christina, Lily, and I — played an important role. And my wife Kate took vacation time to join us, something...

What to do with a dead canoe.

What to do with a dead canoe.

Our building is perfect for us, but the lot is ugly.   We’re still climbing out of a recession start up; I can’t justify money spent on aesthetics, but can’t stand to see another spring pass without doing so. Here you see a worn out Grumman canoe...