Archives for April, 2007

Tangled Bank #77

Welcome to another edition of Tangled Bank, a round-up of the best science blogging of the past fortnight:

Tangled Bank–final call

Just a reminder that Tangled Bank will be hosted here at Aetiology on Wednesday. Send your best science writing along me at aetiology AT gmail DOT com by Tuesday afternoon for inclusion.

Why do I blog?

So, this “why do you blog> meme is apparently making the rounds here at Scienceblogs and elsewhere. Reading the other responses, I realized this is something I’ve discussed in interviews and with friends and others, but I can’t recall writing about here. So, in case anyone is interested in the whole sordid tale, I’ll put…

I’ve given a few talks recently on pandemic influenza. This topic of isolation and/or quarantine hasn’t come up frequently during the question-and-answer period, but almost every time I’ve had someone approach me after the talk to ask about it (since I mention it briefly during the presentation). It seems to be something that really concerns…

A few submissions have already rolled in for next week’s Tangled Bank, hosted here at Aetiology. Send your best science writing along me at aetiology AT gmail DOT com by next Tuesday the 10th for inclusion in Wednesday’s carnival.

Check this entry out first. More here and at Pharyngula.