>> >> > Aside from Grad school I think this is the first time I've worked more
>> >> > than a 12 hour day. I always hear research scientists talk about all
>> >> > the 60-80 hour weeks they work. There is not a soul in this huge,
>> >> > huge building, and I've got to think that either these guys love to
>> >> > exagerrate because it makes them sound good, or I'm doing this the one
>> >> > time they are taking some time off. Of course I've been here until
>> >> > 7-8 at night several times and no one is around then either.
>> >> > I will be soooo glad when this RSFCKing paper gets submitted.
>> >> > Ragin' Page
>> >> I too feel your pain.
>> >> The last paper I submitted hasn't come back from the damn editor yet.
>> >> (Bastige!).
>> > Do you have any papers that don't have 1000 authors? Mebbe that's not
>> > you but I did a pubmed search, and I believe you are in Physics,
>> > right? I see like these huge author lines on them, is that you?
>> > Ragin' Page
>> That's me.
>> In high energy physics, there is no such thing as a small experiment
>> My latest publication only had 6 authors, I was the primary.
> Well, that's pretty impressive, I know in biological sciences the
> papers with a mile long author list are usually pretty highly thought
> of. So are you a prof there then? I can't remember what we've talked
> Ragin' Page
I'm a 'lecturer' at UNL (3 year contract, non-tenure track). I still
dabble in research (as I hope to have a 'real' career someday) but I'm
teaching three courses and time is a little pinched.