Monthly Archives: March 2009

Acoustics Blooper in NCIS

I saw the NCIS episode “One Shot, One Kill” and noticed a blooper in the show. Maybe that’s not that cool, but this particular blooper requires knowing something about acoustic localization. This is the technology that is being used to let marine mammal researchers place the position of whales who are vocalizing and also lets… Read More »

Sirenian International Goes Sociable

Sirenian International, a manatee conservation and public outreach organization, now has a Facebook group. SI also has a field course in Belize that one can sign up for: Ecology, Behavior & Conservation of Manatees & Dolphins A Unique Field Course in the Drowned Cayes, Belize Host: Caryn Self-Sullivan Type: Education – Class Network: Global Start… Read More »

Minimal Protection for Images

I’ve already had at least one image of mine pirated for derivative work sold on CafePress. I like sharing my photography with others, but I’d also like to get my fair share when it comes to profits made from my work. Something that isn’t a whole lot of work turns out to be adding a… Read More »