The Cognitive Radio Blog.
Igor Carron’s Compressed Sensing blog.
For the record, I was dubious at first, but Bobak’s evangelizing convinced me to start watching. BSG is one of those few shows that opens some good hard questions in a way that doesn’t grate horribly on my aesthetic nerves (c.f. Joss Whedon, for me). I don’t agree with the politics or aesthetics always, but there is good fodder for debate, to my mind.
As is made clear in the article, the idea that Chasles was his academic advisor is questionable by the standards of today. Indeed, it was not until Newton started teaching at Yale that they even offered a PhD.
Interestingly, Google turned up Newton’s obituary from the NY Times.
The title says it all. I guess the cyclical nature of trade magazines doesn’t compare to the steady income they can derive from gouging academic libraries.