Betsy Devine at BlogHer 2006 in San Jose, California.
|Notable credit(s)||Longing for the Harmonies, Fantastic Realities, Absolute Zero Gravity|
|Children||Amity and Mira|
Betsy Devine (born 1946) is an American journalist, author and blogger. She earned a master's degree in engineering from Princeton University, and according to her self-description, has "many years of immersion in geek sociology, including both Slashdot and Wikipedia flame wars".
She is co-author, with husband Frank Wilczek, of Longing for the Harmonies, an appreciation of modern physics; and also, with biologist Joel E. Cohen, of Absolute Zero Gravity, a collection of science jokes, poems, and stories. About 75 pages taken from her blog were included as "a contribution" to a collection of essays written by Frank Wilczek on various aspects of physics, Fantastic Realities.
Participation in wikimedia
- Devine, Betsy; Frank Wilczek (1988). Longing for the Harmonies. W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 0-393-02482-2.
- Devine, Betsy; Joel E. Cohen (December 1992). Absolute Zero Gravity: Science Jokes, Quotes and Anecdotes. Fireside. ISBN 0-671-74060-1.
- Devine, Betsy; Frank Wilczek (June 2006). Fantastic Realities: 49 Mind Journeys And a Trip to Stockholm. World Scientific Publishing Company. ISBN 981-256-649-X.
- Frank Wilczek – Autobiography
- Perlman, David (February 14, 1988). "The Never-Ending Hum of the Universe". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-04-26.
- THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:1 January 11, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles pu
- Access : : Nature
- Times Higher Education – Forget about quarks, read my wife's blog
- Frank Wilczek – Other Resources
- Now with Even More Funny Ha-Ha and Peculiar—Betsy's blog
- 2003 interview with Frank Paynter
- 2004 interview with Steve Rubel about her work for Feedster
- "Blogging in Boston" podcast with Tony Kahn, from "Morning Stories" show aired in 2004 (Link is to mp3 file)
- 2005 Podcast conversation with Dave Winer (Link is to mp3 file of 40-minute conversation)
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