Here’s a cool idea: pick a color palette for your website by sampling photomicrographs. There are some nice color samples there; I think I’d go with something along the lines of a DIC image of a zebrafish embryo, which would have lots of blues, a few weakly saturated yellows, and an occasional flare of gold from the birefringence. Time for a site redesign! If I had any time, that is.
Yep – this place is a bit dingy and smells of elderberries – time to freshen it up!
You need to change your photo, too.
Use the one w/the naked mole rat – you don’t look so old in that one – more distinguished.
Sven DiMilo says
Yeah, but here’s what’s going to happen: people are going to start scanning all those horrid false-color scanning EM micropics in the textbooks and think they’re extracting “natural” colors that were just photoshopped in in the first place.
I hate those things. Let me see the original beautiful grayscale image damnit!