I'm involved with a very real property called "the cone of confusion" in my current work with head-related transfer functions (HRTF). I imagine that "head-related transfer function" sounds pretty funny by itself, but I'm too close to it to make it a band name.

My typical joke tag would probably be "head-related transfer functions" got me expelled from Carnegie Mellon. Sorry. You can make up your own jokes.






I refuse to accept "Satisficing" (a portmanteau of "satisfy" and "suffice") as a word.


"The Kozai Mechanism" goes on my list of things that don't mean what I think they mean.


Confession: The last two items were part of a single sentence from a doctoral thesis. Admittedly it was written by two ESL students. Shame on me.



Back in the New York Groove

I'm back from my month-long June exile. I bring you bully boffo and bonhomie anecdotes from the wilds of Colorado. But first, some fake band names:
Sorry about two band names with the word "island" in them today. I'm a little rusty.

BTW, your vocabulary word for today is "Enervating".

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