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Archives for November, 2006

Nursing blogging of the week

Change of Shift – Volume One, Edition Twelve – is now up on Fat Doctor.

Conitnuing with the Thursday BIO101 lecture notes, here is the fifth part. As always, I ask you to correct my errors and make suggestions to make the lecture better. Keep in mind that this is a VERY basic speed-course and that each of the lecture-notes covers roughly 45 minutes (often having 3-4 of these within…

Video Science

You may remember when I mentioned the announcement of the new open-source online journal JoVE, a peer-reviewed journal of scientific methods in which submissions are provided in video form. Pimm, Eva, Jonah and Nick have also commented on it and Pimm prvides a look at the rate at which the news about the journal spread…

Blogging Professor!

Is this the first such thing? A faculty position at UNC school of journalism. From the job ad: This person should be highly skilled in writing and editing online news, in blogging and in developing news content for the web. Apply if you think you can and want to do this.

BirdBlogging of the week

I and the Bird #37 is up on Five Wells.

SBC – NC’07

Rosalind Reid of the American Scientist magazine is coming to the 2007 North Carolina Science Blogging Conference. Are you? Rosalind will lead a break-out session on scientific illustration and is inviting participation in the planning of the session on the session’s wiki page. Technorati Tag: sciencebloggingconference

Happy birthday, Jonathan Swift

From today’s Quotes Of The Day: Jonathan Swift was born at Dublin, Ireland on this day in 1667, seven months after his father’s death, and was raised primarily by an uncle. He received his B.A. from Trinity College, Dublin but political events forced him to England before completing his Masters. He became secretary to an…


Future of Science

Open Access Open Science (posts by Bill Hooker)

Three Simple Rules for Blogfights

How to fight with other bloggers (via) I tend to avoid getting in fights with individuals. I’d rather insult millions all at once. (Let’s see if this shows up as Quote on the scienceblogs.com front page tomorrow….)