Map of Bagger-Lambert papers--links, interviews http://sciencewatch.com/dr/erf/maps/08decerfBaggETRFM/#156486489 This is an interesting development in String/M, very recent, most papers just appeared in the past year or two. The map shows the most highly cited papers and their approx. degree of connectedness. The map give access to the abstracts, the papers, and also to two Sciencewatch interviews, one with Bagger&Lambert and one with Berman. Some math here seems interesting in its own right. Generalization of Lie algebra to something called a "3-algebra". An analog of a commutator (of two elements A,B) which is called an associator (of three elements A,B,C) and which they antisymmetrize. Interview with Jonathan Bagger and Neil Lambert http://sciencewatch.com/dr/erf/2008/08decerf/08decerfBaggET/ David Berman interview http://sciencewatch.com/dr/fbp/2008/08decfbp/08decfbpBerm/ These interviews help provide perspective because the researchers are asked to explain the significance of their work in plain language and to say why they think their papers are currently highly cited and why Bagger-Lambert stuff is forming a new research front.