For me one irony is the more time I spend at the center of the crisis, the less I think about Ebola itself. There is the human drama, the devastating life and death stories, the daily struggle to bring the case count down one case at a time. I cannot ignore those. That is certainly the focus, but in the periphery there are also endless questions about the science being employed, the environment we work in, the tools we use. It's hard not to be curious about those things, too. I’d like to explore those topics here. I don't only mean describing working at an ETU, but just living here, being curious about my surroundings, even parts that don't relate to Ebola, poking around. I’m kind of like this wherever I go—I like tinkering with gadgets, seeing what tools people use, learning about flora and fauna. There are tons of minutiae to unfold.