I started keeping records of my Research sometime around the sixth grade; I was in training to be a MAD SCIENTIST. My Lab Books are the accumulation of Ideas and Research that I have been conducting for most of my life. Some of the Lab Books are good for a laugh while others are good for historical reference on newer ideas and research. I have broken down cells by milestones in my life separated by decades further broken into years within the cells. This is by no means a complete record to all of my Lab Books (over 200 entries to date); I will be converting my Ideas and Research to the different cells as time permits to this BLOG format. (see pages: lab books under about the author)
- before 1985
It’s now 2009, and I have not made any headway (ok, none) on this project. I give much respect to the real writers out there. I have spent the last two years in running a technology company, taking classes and conducting my thesis research with little time left over. I desire to follow in R. Buckminster Fuller’s footsteps in documenting the history of my research.
“Fuller documented his life every 15 minutes from 1915 to 1983, leaving 80 meters (270 ft) of journals. He called this the Dymaxion Chronofile. That is said to be the most documented human life in history.” – wikipedia