Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Agile* cheatsheets and more

Agile* is a fascinating and very modern blog that includes free geophysical phone apps for Android and very cool summary posters on geophysical topics (cheatsheets).

At the time of this blog entry cheatsheerts include Basic, Geophysics, Rock Physics, and Elastic Properties From Sonic Logs. These have to be seen to be believed, here is the Geophysics one as a tease to the rest:

I am sure the list will change over time, so you may want to checkout the Agile* download area once in a while.

Also very thoughtful is the scales of geoscience diagram:

The minds behind Agile* are Matt Hall and Evan Bianco. Great work!! In my opinion, they are the next stage of evolution in communication, organization, and sharing of geoscience knowledge.

2 comments:

fernando.ziegler said...

You are right, Agile* is a pretty interesting geoscience blog.

My personal favorite post is: Resume 2.0 :: http://www.agilegeoscience.com/journal/2010/12/17/resume-20.html

I started working on my own "geochronology" but never finished it. I guess now that I am not so busy with work I can try to finish my very own.

Additional comments by them can also be read on Twitter (@kwinkunks and @EvanBianco)

evan said...

Thanks Chris,

I wanted to let you know that I wrote a post about dispersion a few months ago, and it was one of your blog articles that served as inspiration:

http://www.agilegeoscience.com/journal/2011/3/31/great-geophysicists-3.html

Glad you could connect with Matt, we are both fans and followers on your blog!

The cheatsheets are a hit, and we certainly will be crafting more of these as time goes by.