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Dear Bloggers, We have been forwarding reports from bloggers and users to our hosting service, Rackspace, over the past few days. After monitoring our traffic and these reports, Rackspace has determined that ScienceBlogs is experiencing a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack and has blocked a range of IP addresses involved. While this means that…

De-Lurk

It’s been almost a year since the last de-lurk. Aard has hundreds of regulars, thousands if we adopt a generous definition of “regular”, and most of you are lurkers — quiet readers who don’t say much. So, everybody, please comment away, as briefly or verbosely as you like, and do consider telling us a little…

Five Years of Blogging

Today is my fifth birthday as a blogger! (Here‘s my first entry from 2005.) Five years, that’s 13% of the time I’ve been out of the the womb so far. I had no idea that I’d be doing this. Funny how your life can change. My mean number of unique readers per day has been…

Anthro Blog Carnival

The Four Stone Hearth blog carnival lives on without a hitch thanks to Afarensis, its new editor! The one hundred and first instalment is on-line at Sapien Games. Catch the best recent blogging on archaeology and anthropology! Let me remind you, though, that “sapiens” is not a plural.

Four Stone Hearth: Call for Submissions

The 100th Four Stone Hearth blog carnival will run here at Aard on Wednesday. Submit great recent stuff to me, your own or somebody else’s. Anything anthro or archaeo goes!

Anthro Blog Carnival

The ninety-ninth Four Stone Hearth blog carnival is on-line at A Very Remote Period Indeed. Catch the best recent blogging on archaeology and anthropology!

Four Stone Hearth: Call for Submissions

The 99th Four Stone Hearth blog carnival will run at A Very Remote Period Indeed on Wednesday. Submit great recent stuff to Julien, your own or somebody else’s. Anything anthro or archaeo goes! The next open hosting slot is on 15 September. If you’re a blogger with an interest in the anthro/archaeo field, drop me…

There’s ScienceBlogs and recently we got Scientopia. And now I discover Field of Science, another good science blogging community, which has apparently been up for a year and a half though I’ve managed to miss it. Check it out!

Anthro Blog Carnival

The ninety-eighth Four Stone Hearth blog carnival is on-line at The Prancing Papio. Catch the best recent blogging on archaeology and anthropology! The next vacant hosting slot is on 15 September. All bloggers with an interest in the subject are welcome to volunteer to me for hosting. It’s a good way to gain readers. No…

There’s a new science blogging network, Scientopia, it’s full of ex-SciBlings and other good bloggers, and it has no ads! Janet Stemwedel of Adventures in Ethics and Science is there, as is Grrlscientist, Krys also of Anthro in Practice, the Voltage Gate, Drugmonkey, Christina Pikas, Mark of Good Math/ Bad Math, the Questionable Authority, Scicurious…