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Eric Dillalogue
Works at Research Foundation of CUNY
Attended Drexel University College of Information Science and Technology
Lives in Brooklyn, NY
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The 20th century was a period rich in advancing our knowledge of quantum mechanics, shaping modern physics. Our newest module, Atomic Theory III, covers ideas and refinements that built on Bohr’s groundbreaking work in quantum theory. Contributions by many scientists highlight how theoretical insights and experimental results revolutionized our understanding of the atom. Concepts include the Schrödinger equation, Born’s three-dimensional probability maps, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, and electron spin.
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Alan Hall, a researcher in cell biology and cancer, recently passed away.
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The beautiful frangipani flowers of Key West, FL.
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Wonderful and wacky author self-portraits.  Hunter S. Thompson was quite handsome and Borges had a strange way of depicting himself.
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Eric Dillalogue hung out with 1 person. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>Lindsey Wharton
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JISC and Open Humanities Press have made freely available 21 "living books" of packaged science research. Subjects range from energy to bioethics to cosmetic surgery. From the announcement:

The books present recent research on these subjects in a palatable way using interactive maps, podcasts and audio-visual materials. The result, which can be shared freely amongst both academic and non-academic individuals alike, is an engaging and diverse resource for researching and teaching relevant science issues across the humanities.
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According to research out of MIT, a plume of magma 80 million years ago created a volcanic jet of material underneath India, which the subcontinent could effectively “surf” at high speed to smash into Eurasia.     #geoscience  
 
Why did India speed toward Eurasia 80 million years ago? +EAPS MIT researchers say they've discovered the answer.

#geology   #platetectonics #continentaldrift   #earthscience #MIT  
MIT researchers explain mystery of India’s rapid move toward Eurasia 80 million years ago.
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Michael Staton's Harvard Business Review blog post, "The Degree Is Doomed," argues that higher ed and its credentialing are increasingly unnecessary as potential employees use new platforms to showcase their skills and talent.
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Enjoying this audio version of Joyce's Ulysses from the Internet Archive.  The readers really bring the text to life and help to make the novel accessible.
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Love this little anecdote from the Key West Literary Seminar (theme: “Writers on Writers”) by poet Jay Parini:

"Parini began the evening with several poems inspired by his encounters with other writers, one of the earliest being Jorge Luis Borges. As a young poet studying in Scotland, Parini was charged with entertaining the aging, nearly-blind Argentine for a couple of days. Parini’s poem told of how, as the two walked through a rookery in the countryside, Borges heard the crows overhead and, his expression shifting and becoming distant, he essentially became the cawing birds."
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Tower of Babel is to me the most amazing leap into abstruse territory.
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Probably one of the best stories I've read in a while - Brief Interviews with Hideous Men by the late David Foster Wallace.

#6   E——— on “How and Why I Have Come to be Totally Devoted to S——— and Have Made Her the Linchpin and Plinth of My Entire Emotional Existence”
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A snowy egret visitor in the yard today. It was hunting the small lizards that are everywhere.
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I remember fondly watching the pelicans on a wharf when I was in KW.
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Introduction
An academic librarian in Key West, FL, originally from the suburbs of Philly.
Bragging rights
Survived several run-ins with large insects & feral chickens in Key West, Successfully learned Bluebooking without crying
Education
  • Drexel University College of Information Science and Technology
    Library and Information Sciences, 2008 - 2009
  • Delaware Valley College
    English, 1996 - 2000
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Gender
Male
Work
Occupation
Librarian
Employment
  • Research Foundation of CUNY
    Grants Manager, 2014 - present
  • Florida Keys Community College
    Director, Learning Resource Center, 2013 - 2014
  • Florida Keys Community College
    Assistant Director, Learning Resource Center, 2011 - 2013
  • Florida Keys Community College
    Library Specialist, 2010 - 2011
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School
    Administrative Assistant, Legal Writing Department, 2008 - 2010
  • Starbucks
    Store Manager, 2006 - 2008
  • Hyatt
    Employment Manager, 2003 - 2006
  • Four Seasons Hotels
    Overnight Manager, 2001 - 2003
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Currently
Brooklyn, NY
Previously
Philadelphia, Pa - Key West, FL - Doylestown, PA - Abington, PA
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A majority of items lack prices and you'll often find the ones that do ring up differently. Staff are uninterested, prices aren't great, and the selection is kind of limited.
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reviewed 5 months ago
Great optician in the Park Slope area of Brooklyn. Staff is friendly and efficient, the optometrists are patient and open to questions, and the selection of glasses are quite nice. They also use newer technology - like this cool eye scanning machine - that alleviates some of the issues of going to the eye doctor (like being dilated). The environment is quite nice too - sofas for sitting, snacks and drinks available, and nice music. Recommended.
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reviewed a year ago
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Excellent restaurant with simple, delicious Italian food. Often packed with incredible wait times (and no reservations), Rucola is a great choice for an intimate meal. It can get pretty packed inside, with a sound level to match, but is totally worth it.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago