This blog was started about a year ago when I was thinking about going back into academia. At the time, I was working at Slide, Inc. in San Francisco and was slowly morphing into an Excel (gasp!) junkie and losing touch with the statistics/R community at large (in terms of my work). I wanted an outlet to show potential employers that I was still working on and thinking about statistics. It turns out that I didn’t go back to academia and I am currently working at the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden, CO. I am really digging the work.
As you can see from the dates of the blog posts, I stopped blogging shortly after starting. I recently went to the useR2010 conference at NIST and I decided to get back into this medium for sharing thoughts — no matter how far out they may be. So I give you “The Log Cabin 2.0″…or maybe “The Log Cabin (beta)” with ‘alpha’ being the first incarnate. We’ll see where it goes.