Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Picture of our Blog

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Here is the legend they provide to help interpret the graph. It is clear that the all of the blogs referencing our blog are not listed (due to the sparsity of data collected at bscopes). As is, the value of this graph limited to showing the number of links within each of our blog entries. Despite the current limitations, I find the idea of providing a web service that produces a visual representation of a blog interesting.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Recipe for Kim-Chee Fried Rice

One of our lab's fun traditions is our weekly potluck lunch. Once a week, everyone brings something from home that we put together and share for lunch. This is a great time to socialize and talk informally about our research or anything else. People typically bring left-overs, but Jun, our in-house Korean lab member, makes a point of bringing a Korean dish that he prepares for us on purpose every week. It is typically some curry dish or kim-chee. As we do not wish to keep this to ourselves, a picture of Jun's kim-chee with his recipe are found below. Enjoy!

1. Prepare for Kim-chee. (You can purchase in either Korean market or Asian Market)
2. Mix with vegetables or beef (I recommend to put chopped Onion, garlic, and Tuna)
3. Fry them with Olive oil for 4-5 minutes.
4. Done!!! (Isn't it so easy?)

Pictures from AAAI Symposium

Here are a few more pictures from the AAAI Social Information Processing Spring Symposium at Stanford University.

An example of the beautiful architecture

A beautiful field out in front of the symposium location

The building where the symposium was held