I recently got an email from Frank Linton. Frank works at Mitre Corp and has been interested in hive monitoring for a long time. Last year, he organized the first workshop on hive monitoring at Eastern Apicultural Society’s annual conference in Vermont. I’ll let Frank speak for himself – the following is an excerpt . . . → Read More: Monitoring Honey Bee Colonies Electronically
One of the bloggers I admire most is Linda Tilman of Linda’s Bees – not so much because she is a Master Bee Keeper – which she is – but because she is self-confident enough to share her own failures as well as her successes on her blog pages. That is what makes her . . . → Read More: 2011 Beekeeping Mea Culpas
May 2011 Issue of IEEE Spectrum
The flagship magazine of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), IEEE Spectrum, has featured an article on BeeHacker.com written by Paul Wallich in their May, 2011 issue. You can click here to check out the online version of the article.
But that is only the beginning of the story. Less than two days after the IEEE Spectrum article went online, Popular Science and Discovery Channel Continue reading IEEE Spectrum features BeeHacker.com
The only blog I visit daily and admire enormously is The Big Picture by Barry Ritholtz. Granted, if all you know about investing is that the Social Security Administration has your retirement covered, then this blog may be a little over your head. But if you have any money at all and hope to hold on to it, you should be interested in what Barry has to say. Continue reading Visualizing the Extinction of Honey Bees
I entered beehacker.com into urlAi.com (as in URL Artificial Intelligence), a text analysis site. According to it’s non-human analysis:
beehacker.com is probably written by a male somewhere between 66-100 years old. The writing style is academic and happy most of the time.
There you have it. I am male. One out of . . . → Read More: Old male academic but mostly happy