Systems thinking inspires us to write, share and aggregate small graphs in order to discover larger ones. We compose these products of our imagination as graph shaped "poems" in the style of Haiku.
Wiki's property graph representation joins tables and trees in the space right behind the glass and travels freely within our federation. A thematic sketch, such as "organizing for action", makes purposeful authoring a matter of choosing relations from a menu.
The collaborator is more fun with friends and colleagues online together. But don't wait for them to give this application a try.
Start the ⚗️ collaborator now
Try the experimental collaborators instead:
* ⚗️ Ward
* ⚗️ Ralf
Jeff Miller contributed _Injector_ as the accelerator stage where things are added to the interaction ring. I did some odd jobs at one of the instrument stations ("IR 2" as in "2pm on a clock face") at SLAC as summer work. I have clear memories of low-grade radioactive waste (metal beams and scrap) sitting in a heap in a parking lot, taped off with magenta and yellow caution ribbon, and wearing a film badge to check for radiation exposure (pretty unlikely for me, but you really want to know if it happened, and how it happened).
When using magnetic fields to confine charged particles to a curved path, you get [synchrotron radiation](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchrotron_radiation) in the form of x-rays or gamma rays which can Do Stuff to certain vulnerable nuclei near where your beam is bending. The Stanford Linear Accelerator Center now sees more use for materials science and medical imaging as a high-energy X-Ray source. See [synchrotron light source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchrotron_light_source).