Peer-to-peer

Peer to Peer is welcomed

Peer-to-Peer and Nautilus have received their first welcome to the scientific blogosphere from outside the Nature Publishing Group. At Blog Around the Clock, Coturnix, er, welcomes us here. Lukman has added a comment: “Thanks for this great info. Your blog is very informative for science development for ordinary people like us.”

In an earlier post, Coturnix writes about the upcoming 2007 North Carolina Science Blogging conference, part of the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. From the society’s website: “Popular political and social commentary blogs are making the news, but is there more out there than chatty gossip and collections of links? How about some science? Can this trendy technology be useful for scientists? Come to the Media Workshop and find out ….about how blogging works, setting one up, finding things to write about, and using the medium for your classes, for research, or for educating the public.”

Correction: The session on science blogging at SCIB is on January 4th in Phoenix, AZ, while the 1.5-day Science Blogging Conference is on January 20th in Chapel Hill, NC. (Thanks to Coturnix for pointing this out.)

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    coturnix said:

    You are welcome. But, the two events are separate. The session on science blogging at SCIB is on January 4th in Phoenix, AZ, while the 1.5-day Science Blogging Conference is on January 20th in Chapel Hill, NC.

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    Maxine said:

    Thank you, Dave — sorry to miss your welcome. I will have to have a stern word with my rss reader. It was very kind of you to give us a mention.

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