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February 2000 (Volume 9, Number 2)

Cosmic CD Available at Last!

Lynda WilliamsLynda Williams
Photo by Ron Sherman
Diehard fans of the "Physics Chanteuse" - a.k.a., cosmological physicist turned entertainer Lynda Williams - will be thrilled to hear that the dynamic diva has finally released her first CD compilation. The CD contains both music and data, including lyrics, film clips of her live show, Cosmic Cabaret, and links to her colorful website (see www.scientainment.com). It also contains some of her most popular tunes, many of which were performed during the APS Centennial meeting in Atlanta, GA, last March: "Hi-Tek Girl," "Carbon is a Girl's Best Friend," "Super-symmetry" and just in time for Valentine's Day, "Love Boson," whose lyrics appeared in the February 1999 issue of APS News.

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February 2000 (Volume 9, Number 2)

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Articles in this Issue
Chodos is New Associate Executive Officer
Man of the Century
APS Career Efforts Focus on Physics Departments
Mass Media Fellow Learns "Nuts and Bolts" of Journalism
Outreach and Community Service I
In the Journals
APS and BNL Host XXX e-Print Archive Mirror
In Brief
Poll Reveals All-Star Physicists
Cosmic CD Available at Last!
US R&D Spending Trends
Exploring "Who Did It?" with Forensic Science
Cornell "Nanoharp" Studies Vibrating Materials at High Frequencies
Viewpoint
Letters
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Inside the Beltway: A Washington Analysis
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