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Seth Zenz | Imperial College London | UK

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More Twitter Fun

Seth here, I have an apartment lined up now, but I’m still living at the Guest House at Lawrence Berkeely National Laboratory while I wait to move in. That means I have been in my office a lot, even over the weekend — although it being the weekend gives me license to half work and half procrastinate. (Hey, I need something to do while waiting for my code to rerun for the eleventy-billionth time!) Some of my procrastination has been on Twitter, and I’ve found some fun new things to follow if you’re interested in the LHC:

  • @lhcstatus – The current actual status message sent from the LHC control room so that the experiments’ shifters know what’s going on. Its produces a lot of messages, but if you’re on the edge of the seat waiting to see how much data we get like I am, this is pretty neat to keep track of.
  • @CMSecom – Running e-commentary from CMS.
  • @sethzenz – Me, the work-related stuff anyway. (I’m modest, aren’t I?)

Coming soon:

  • @ATLASexperiment – With only one tweet so far, this is part of the ATLAS blogging project, which isn’t ready quite yet but will be soon.

And, in case you don’t have them already, here are some existing LHC-related accounts to follow.

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