September 01, 2004

Sacks on Stewart

Staying up late at night has its advantages. I get to see Martha Stewart's Living in the middle of the night. One segment today surprised me. Everyone's favorite neurologists, Oliver Sacks, visited to talk about cycads. This happens to be one of the best things ever. The author of books that I've actually read such as: The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat (1985) and An Anthropologist on Mars (1995), on Martha Stewart talking about plants. Who knew. It's like the time when I found a t-shirt that combined my love of math and juggling with a display of Shannon's Juggling Theorem, except I cant really wear a tv show (or can I?).