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Jonathan Pillow 4 Feb 18
Methods in Computational Neuroscience (MCN) course set to go down July 29-Aug 24 in Woods Hole. Now under new leadership!
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Desi Gonzalez Nov 16
, you were beautiful. See you next year!
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Caitlin Kearney Nov 16
Data holds us accountable- but have to approach it from a place of curiosity rather than judgment. (Data should help us make decisions, not place blame!)-James Vitale in Tackling Ticketing sesh
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Jessica BrodeFrank Nov 19
Of course on my first day back from I got to be the only woman in a meeting defending why we need to include the narrative of women in our content. I need a drink, or a revolution.
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Christina Deemer Nov 16
Thank you to everyone who attended my talk on accessibility for digital in-gallery experiences. Here is the link to my blog posts
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Lauren DiVito Nov 16
Met some awesome people and heard some great talks at my first MCN!
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#ArtMuseumInterp Nov 16
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Museum Human Nov 24
It's CRAZY how many great sessions one misses at (because the community submits so many great proposals)! Next year at (see what I did) we should have end-of-day session story swaps and call it MCN NoMoFoMo … who's with me?
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Lori Byrd-McDevitt πŸ’–πŸ›οΈπŸ“² Nov 16
I’m so excited that my longtime friend, mentor, & wiki dad Andrew Lih () made it to for the first time. It was such a pleasure to connect & re-connect him with so many brilliant minds this week. That’s what this community does bestβ€”connect. πŸ›πŸŒŽπŸ“²
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Jonathan Pillow 3 Aug 18
"I think it's a great irony that the brain relies on high-dimensional geometry that the mind finds hard to understand." - , summer course, .
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Seema Rao Nov 20
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NETX Nov 13
Hello Denver MCNers - Come see our latest release featuring new tools around image markup & approval, integration & other geekery! Wed 11/14 3:30 pm Marco Polo Room
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Emily Lytle-Painter Aug 20
I’m not attending , but I did just buy tickets to be in Denver that Thursday to Sunday.... I guess now I’m just a groupie?
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Stephen Boyd Nov 16
takeaway #3: Listen to your front-line staff. They know your visitors and how they behave. And they know stuff you don’t know.
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Michelle Grohe Nov 16
takeaway: Assumptions are researcher killers.
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Andy Cummins Nov 15
Thanks to everyone who came along to the room. If you’re interested in finding out more feel free to grab me for a chat
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Jason Alderman Nov 16
Sketchnotes of keynote by on πŸ˜Œβœ¨π’žπ’Άπ“π“‚ π’―π‘’π’Έπ’½π“ƒπ‘œπ“π‘œπ‘”π“Žβœ¨, diabolical pet-feeders, and why your tech should not be C-3PO.
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Jennifer Foley Nov 17
So good to see everyone at -- what I got to see in my one day was fantastic, what I heard about the previous days made me so sad to not have been able to come earlier, and the folks I got to see reminded me why I love this community-- thank you, everyone!
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Jessica Elise Nov 15
Origins and inspirations of slide from this morning's presentation. Published in 1937, Zora Neale Hurston's novel Their Eyes Were Watching God has the timeliest and timeless quote--black women are the mules of the world.
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Michael D'Eon Nov 15
Lauren talking Accessible, Inclusive, Digital Design...
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