Each week we hold a lab meeting here at the ICR lab. I'm sitting here wondering whether it would be good to blog during the meeting. That way people get a sense for how we move things along.
The lab works on many studies simultaneously--some are grant funded (those are the important ones!) and many others are ones that faculty and/or grad students are working on. Each week we go through a list of all the studies to see how they are going.
This is a way to make sure that everything keeps moving forward. So, although everyone in the room right now would love to be taking a rest after ICA--meeting and being diligent about thinking about what's next--is a way to keep up momentum.
Oh, by the way, I know that I haven't posted much on ICA by the way. I'm hoping to be able to do that tonight. Or tomorrow night.
I've been lax on blogging because I've been working on getting the latest version of my clutter study ready to go. Speaking of which, the reason why I've got to get my act together is that we have talked several professors teaching this summer into letting us recruit students from their class. And now, since they have all said they would allow us to do it, now we need to bring them studies for their students.
And, partially because I'm the guy to cajoled them into agreeing (as the ICR Director) to have us come into their class--I have to go in.
Well, someone just asked me "do you usually blog during lab meetings?" My sercret may soon be out.
So that's it for now.