Well, that's that for another APS meeting. I actually left late in the day Thursday, so I don't have too much more to report. I know that there was going to be a big session about topological effects in the nu=5/2 fractional quantum Hall state on Friday, but I couldn't be there. I did see the end of a cool session about physics and art, where there were invited talks about the fractal (or, in this case, not) nature of Jackson Pollock paintings, the design of minimal-surface structures like the Water Cube in Beijing, and the use of reflection and projection techniques by some artists. My students also told me that I should've gone to the session that included the talk on how to be a science advisor for Hollywood productions. Anyone else see anything exceptionally cool?