Well, that next port of call is right here, on Tiffinbox. On December 1, The Scian Melt #4, can be viewed right here in all its glory.
To be totally honest with you all, if it weren’t for my virtual buddy Prashant Mullick [never met him] and his timely nudge to expand on something I had said on Sepia Mutiny, I wouldn’t be playing host to The Scientific-Indian Melt, um, Scian Melt for short.
From my perspective, the connection between science and photography is much too obvious. Now, with digital photography reigning supreme, it’s even more of a linked relationship than ever. Claiming no science background [hey, I got a C in high school chemistry] or even for that matter a newly minted PhD. like some people we have come to know, I readily admit that I am a little anxious about this “science” gathering. But with experts like you to explain your findings in illustrative posts, I am sure I will be able to keep up. [deep breath … now exhaling]
That brings us to a request. If you are a blogger steeped in science and have some way to tie a recent science-oriented post to the Indian subcontinent [on your site or something you have read on another website], please send in your entries to me at ONLY the following email address: tiffinboxmedia [at] gmail [dot] com. Subject line MUST read: SCIAN MELT 4. Capiche? If I receive any entries at any of the other million email addresses I have, it will likely get flushed. DEADLINE: November 30, 2004, 11.59 P.M. EST.
Entries can be in the form of a Permalink. If you wish to add your comments to it [why you think it’s such a cool blog post] send it along. I would love to know what makes you tick.
Lastly, I would like to thank the Academy and those bloggers who have preceeded me in this fine adventure – Prashant Mullick [October 6, 2004], Shailendra Rathod [October 20, 2004], Chandrachoodan Gopalakrishnan [November 20, 2004].