If you do theoretical/computational work in the sciences, please consider writing a post that tells us a little bit about what your work entails, what you enjoy/dislike, what types of problems you tackle, what made you chose your specialization, etc. You don't have to be too specific, but you certainly can if you want. Send a link (a comment here or drop me an email) so I can aggregate the posts. Even if you don't blog, consider either writing a lengthier comment here and I will link to that as your post (please don't post as Anonymous, give yourself some nickname for the occasion) or, alternatively, email me the text and I will put it up as a guest post.
It's perfectly fine to recycle some of your old favorite posts.
Why this carnival? Yes, we use math and computers. A lot. But I would like everyone else to learn a little bit about what makes us tick, what makes us successful, what types of problems we encounter, and why what we do is so darn awesome!
Deadline: Sunday, September 25.
Please leave a comment here or drop me a line if you are participating (geekmommyprof at gmail.com) so I can be on the lookout.
Ideally, I would like to put the carnival summary post up on Monday, September 26.
Thanks in advance for participating!