Hello! You have just stumbled into the home page for http server rick.stanford.edu, Rick Bogart's workstation. This server is basically just for fooling around. At the moment, what I have spinning around here is a Stanford Theatre Schedule.

On the serious side, however, this is also the server for testing a CGI interface to JSOC Processing Modules and for formatted pre-publication versions of papers in progress or in press and contributions to conferences:

Papers

Your comments and suggestions are tolerated.

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Look, a bunch of people spent a lot of time figuring this out. They know more about it than we do.


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