A Blog Around The Clock

[Bumped up to make it easier for me to update, and links placed under the fold so not to clutter the front page]

Here’s a collection of blog posts written during the Science Blogging Conference (more will be added over the next couple of days as people write their posts after recovering from travel) and the collection of video recordings of several sessions. Also, check out all the other action from today….


Friday, January 18th, 2008: Blogging101, Lab Tours and Dinner

A Blog Around The Clock: Science Blogging Conference – Blog and Media Coverage
A Blog Around The Clock: No matter where you are, you can participate in the Science Blogging Conference
A Blog Around The Clock: Science Blogging Conference – weather for the weekend
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC – liveblogging: Blogging101
A Blog Around The Clock: Science Blogging Conference – Friday afternoon events
Page 3.14: Conference Blogging: The North Carolina Buffet Myth
Cognitive Daily: Casual Fridays: Who visits buffet-style restaurants?
Aardvarchaeology: Evening in the Research Triangle
Innovate this: Learn from science bloggers
Knit with KT: Dishcloth Exchange Topic #1
Science notes: Science-blogging conference
Open Reading Frame: Wheeeeeeeeeeee!
Wired Science Blog: Correlations: New Blogger On The Blog: I Used to Love B.I.O.
Random thoughts: Science Blogging Conference
Nobel Intent: Meet us at the 2008 North Carolina Science Blogging Conference UPDATED
Local Conversations: Blogging 101 to 1000 session hightlights with Q&A
Americanscienceu: Science blogging conference
SciPhi 08: I took a picture of bora blogging… and SciPhi 08: you asked for it, you got it
Christina’s LIS Rant: NC Science Blogging Conference: EPA Tour
Women in Science: Participate in the Gender and Race in Science Blogging Panel Discussionc
Malaria, Bedbugs, Sea Lice, and Sunsets: Calm Before The Storm?
HASTAC: Liveblogging the 2008 NC Science Blogging Conference – Duke Smart Home tour
The Intersection: Framing Science in NC: Changing Minds Through Science Communication
2¢ Worth: In the DIVE at the NC Science Bloggering Conference
Carbon Nation: The Carbon Crisis, 1904
The Inverse Square Blog: A question about bloggers…
Confessions of a Science Librarian: A Lulu of an order
Blogtogether.org: Science blogging conference is now
Pondering Pikaia: Blog conference update (Friday)

Saturday, January 19th, 2008: Liveblogging the Conference

SciPhi 08: I was wrong
Aardvarchaeology: I’ve Been Blog Conned and It Was A Blast
Laelaps: The big day
Laelaps: I should’ve brought the other laptop….
Thoughts From Kansas: Scienceblogging
Thoughts From Kansas: Barbecue
Page 3.14: Show Me Your Tattoo!
Page 3.14: PZ Spotted!
Page 3.14: Martin Talks About Blogging Humanities
Page 3.14: Scibling Group Shot
Cognitive Daily: Helpful stuff from my presentation at the Science Blogging conference
Shifting Baselines: Why Are We Feeding Good Fish to Pigs?
The Intersection: Brushing Science
Neurotopia: Hanging out at the Science Blogging Conference ’08
Stranger Fruit: Evolution is…
The Questionable Authority: Curse You, Squid Baron!
Pharyngula: So you thought I wasn’t going?
DailyKos: Open Science Thread
Science notes: Spreading the science around
Tangled Up in Blue Guy: A Few Important Items for Today
Malaria, Bedbugs, Sea Lice, and Sunsets: Real-Time Blogging In The Marine Sciences
BPR3: Science Blogging conference: Blogging ethics
The INFO Project Blog: Open Science-Live Blogging!
The INFO Project Blog: Getting Southern Scientists into the Conversation
HASTAC: Liveblogging the NC Science Blogging Conference – Science Blogging Ethics panel
HASTAC: Liveblogging the 2008 NC Science Blogging conference – Blogging in the Humanities and Social Sciences panel
HASTAC: Liveblogging the 2008 NC Science Blogging Conference – Student Blogging from K – PhD panel
HASTAC: Liveblogging the 2008 NC Science Blogging conference – Changing Minds through Science Communication: A Panel on Framing Science
HASTAC: Liveblogging the 2008 NC Science Blogging conference – Adventures in Science Blogging w/Jennifer Ouelette
Words of ScienceScience Blogging Conference
2¢ Worth: Science Blogging Conference — Main Day
The OpenHelix Blog: science blogging conference
Genomeboy: Science Bloggericity
Duke Research Blog: Swarming With Bloggers
In Between the Lines: Semi-Live Blogging the Science Blogging Conference – Open Science
In Between the Lines: Open Science in Developing Nations
In Between the Lines: Blogging Public Health and Medicine
Christina’s LIS Rant: NC Science Blogging Conference: Dinner
Christina’s LIS Rant: NC Science Blogging Conference: Real-time blogging in the marine sciences
Christina’s LIS Rant: NC Science Blogging Conference: Gender and Race in science
Christina’s LIS Rant: NC Science Blogging Conference: Open Data
Christina’s LIS Rant: NC Science Blogging Conference: Adventures in Science Blogging
Women’s Bioethics Blog: Live Streaming Video from the NC Science Blog Conference
Bioephemera: Seriously, now. . .
The Real Paul Jones: Science Blogging brief report
Pondering Pikaia: Blog conference update (Saturday)

Post-Conference Blogging:

Eclectic Glob of Tangential Verbosity: 2008 NC Science Blogging Conference
JoVE blog: How was it for you….
Aardvarchaeology: Sunny Winter Morning in RTP
Page 3.14: PZ Spotted Drinking…A Lot
Malaria, Bedbugs, Sea Lice, and Sunsets: Changing Minds Through Science Communication: My 2 Cents On A Panel On Framing Science
Malaria, Bedbugs, Sea Lice, and Sunsets: Can You Tell I Haven’t Seen Snow In A While?
Local Conversations: Matt Ford from ars technica talks blogging and comment conversations
Knowledge Jolt with Jack: Bloggers in science
Utenzi blog: Weekend activities
Sandwalk: The Cloning of Steve Steve
Mistersugar: Next projects
Cocktail Party Physics: The root of all evil
Open Access News: Notes from the Science Blogging conference
Science notes: New science blog in the mainstream media
2¢ Worth: Think about Giving a Flip
Sandwalk: Changing Minds Through Science Communication
Page 3.14: Conference Redux: Science Blogging Ethics
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC Pictures – Friday morning Blogging101
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC Pictures – Friday lunch at Radisson
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC Pictures – Friday lab tour to the NC Museum of Natural Science
High Touch: North Carolina Science Blogging Conference
High Touch: Science Bloggers Conference follow-up
The Intersection: We Came, We Talked…We Quaffed
Afarensis: PZ the Quick Change Artist
On being a scientist and a woman: Minnow at the Science Blogging Conference
Science Blogging Conference – Videos and essential blog posts
Fairer Science: Bloggers are even better in person
Confessions of a Science Librarian: Science Blogging Conference: Friday
Lab Life: Blogger Bonding
Son-of-a-ditchdigger: Science Blogging Conference ’08
The Scientist blog: Science blogging conf.: Ethics, please
The Scientist blog: Do women blog about science?
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Friday dinner, part 1
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Friday dinner, part 2
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Friday dinner, part 3
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Friday dinner, part 4
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Friday dinner, part 5
Terra Sigillata: My brain hurts
Local Conversations: Blogging tips from the father of the bride
SECular Thoughts: North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Part I
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Saturday, part 1
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Saturday, part 2
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC pictures – Sunday
The Other 95%: SciBlogCon ’08 Friday Dinner
The Other 95%: North Carolina Science Blogging Conference ’08
Seed Magazine: Seed’s Daily Zeitgeist: 1/21/2008
Science notes: NC Museum of Life Sciences
A Blog Around The Clock: Conference pictures
Useful Chemistry: Back from Science Bloging 2008
Aardvarchaeology: MLK Day in Chapel Hill
Island of Doubt: Who can save science?
Ecobibl: Wetenschappelijke weblogs
SciPhi 08: now the proof is yours…to submit, that is
Life’s a coconut: The Edge, wetenschap op internet
Malaria, Bedbugs, Sea Lice, and Sunsets: 2008 Science Blogging Conference Swag Score
Drexel CoAS talks: The Role of Blogging in Open Notebook Science
Chemistry Wide Open: 2008 North Carolina Science Blogging Conference
The OpenHelix Blog: NLM citation standard…for blogs!
absent.canadian: Blogging, Nerds and Cold
Shifting Baselines: Science Blogging Conference North Carolina
The INFO Project Blog: Blogging Lessoned Learned: Two Top Ten Lists!
Adnaan Wasey: Creating Science Journalism: moving from print to the Web (and vice versa)
lvory-bills LiVE!!: Sidenote
Knowledge Sharing: Open Science
Knowledge Sharing: Gender and race in science
Knowledge Sharing: Blogging in health and medicine
Knowledge Sharing: Framing Science
Knowledge Sharing: Adventures in Science Blogging
Meditations on Metadata: Open Mind in the Blogosphere
bbgm: Scienceblogging conference updates
bbgm: Nature partners with Sermo
The Beagle Project Blog: Pics and vids from the SciBlogCon
Laura’s Psychology Blog: Women and science blogs….
Nobel Intent: NC Science Blogging 2008: round-up introduction
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC – Public Scientific Data
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC – Science Blogging Ethic wiki
WIRED Science: Science Bloggers Want to Save the World
Nobel Intent: NC Science Blogging 2008: Ethics
Aetiology: Back (barely) from the NC Science Blogging Conference
The Blog Herald: Science bloggers debate need for code of conduct
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC online participation
The OpenHelix Blog: Research Blogging (Science Blogging Conference)
Ideonexus: North Carolina Science Blogging Conference 2008 (NCSBC 2008)
Ideonexus: NCSBC 2008: Friday Night Dinner
A Blog Around The Clock: Student Blogging
A Blog Around The Clock: SciBlings at the Conference
Laelaps: Thoughts on the 2nd Annual Science Blogging Conference
Ideonexus: NCSBC 2008: Blog Accreditation and the Ethics of Science Blogging
Ideonexus: NCSBC 2008: Framing Science, Science Debate 2008
Nobel Intent: NC Science Blogging 2008: Science journalism
Nobel Intent: NC Science Blogging 2008: Framing the debate
bbgm: The future of scientific publishing?
Museum of Life + Science: Animal Department Blog: Science blogging
Living the Scientific Life: Women, Science and Writing
Confessions of a Science Librarian: Science Blogging Conference: Closing thoughts
The Island of Doubt: Trust, skepticism and the value of blogging
Deep Sea News: Marine science bloggers take the helm
Jon Udell: Bloggers talk to bloggers, scientists talk to scientists
FORTH GO: Science Blogging Conference 2008
PLoS Blog: Can science blogging save scientific communication?
Christina’s LIS Rant: NC Science Blogging Conference Wrap-Up
Arizona Geology: Science blogging
Yesh.com: NC Science Blogging Conference 2008: Opening
A Blog Around The Clock: SBC – the Grand Opening
Global Vue: Filtering, networking and reverse publishing — in science
Innovate this: Lessons and links from science bloggers
JoVE blog: In Continuation
The INFO Project Blog: Open Science Session
The INFO Project Blog: Teaching Chemistry on Second Life
Libertarian Girl: NC Science Blogging Conference 2008
Science and Religion News: Science Blogging Conference 2008: Coffee, food & great conversations
Thus Spake Zuska: What We Talked About At The NC Science Blogging Conference
Ryan’s Blog on NMR Software: NC Science Blogging Conference
A Blog Around The Clock: So, how was it for you?
Agence Science-Presse: Les blogues: l’avenir du journalisme
Agence Science-Presse: Vers des congrès plus conviviaux?
Agence Science-Presse: Science et médias: intersection ou collision
JMP Blog: Science Blogging Conference
Wired Science Blog: Correlations: Framing Science At The NC Science Blogging Conference
Adventures in Ethics and Science: A few thoughs on conferences
Local Conversations: Conference integration and social browsers equals success for science bloggers
Greg Laden: Can science blogging save scientific communication?
De Rerum Natura: Buy My Book: The Open Laboratory 2007
Adventures in Ethics and Science: Help build the science blogging ethics wiki
Terra Sigillata: Herding cats and framing science
The Greenbelt: Open Lab reviewed by Nature
Omphaloskepsis: Science blogging ethics
Dr. Tom Linden’s Health Blog: Science Bloggers Convene in North Carolina
Local Conversations: Scientist and astronauts with blog rolls
Correlations: NC Science Blogging Conference Redux: Science Blogging and Ethics
The Other 95%: Nature Reviews The Open Lab
Further thoughts: Blogging ethics
Afro Scientress – a science blog: The ethics of on-line blogging
Pondering Pikaia: When it rains….
Omphaloskepsis: Blogger ethics: existing codes I
Omphaloskepsis: Blogger ethics: existing codes II
Omphaloskepsis: Blogger ethics: existing codes III
A Blog Around The Clock: Open Lab 2007 – soon in a bookstore near you!
Neurophilosophy: Open Lab 2007 reviewed in Nature
Panda’s Thumb: Buy The Open Laboratory 2007
Astroblog: The Open Laboratory in Nature!
Sciencecrossroads: Bloggerific
Antymatrix: Nauka 2.0, dyskusja o ResearchBlogging.org
Heroes Not Zombies: Blogger’s Code of Conduct
NRC Handelsblad: Blogs uit het lab
Thus Spake Zuska: Interactive and Ethical Blogging – Advice From The Experts
Eclectic Glob of Tangential Verbosity: Cubist
BasePaired: Welcome
The Pump Handle: Friday Blog Roundup
Omphaloskepsis: Accreditation standards?
Omphaloskepsis: Some thoughts on copyright
The Cool Cat Teacher: Is Science, Math, and Technology truly for All?
Confessions of a Science Librarian: Science Blogging Conference: More Pictures
Health Commentary: The New World of Science Blogs
Hope for Pandora: Blogging Codes of Ethics
Laelaps: I don’t quite get the same impression…
Mistersugar: Thank them! The people behind @scienceblogging
Blogtogether: Thank them! The people behind @scienceblogging
Confessions of a Science Librarian: Science Blogging Conference: Saturday morning sessions
Medlog: Gleichberechtigung im Wissenschafts-Blog?
Food For Thought: Tour of EPA
There are 10 kinds of people in the world… : Recapping the NC Science Blogging convention
The Intersection: Framing Science in N.C., Redux
The Inverse Square Blog: Why the Public Disses Science: It’s all Jim Watson’s fault
Hurricane Maine: Is Science, Math, and Technology truly for All?
Aardvarchaeology: Video From Blog Con Hum/Soc Sci Sesh
Asymptotia: Science Communication
The Inverse Square Blog: Why the Public Disses Science: It’s all Jim Watson’s fault
Bioinformatics Zen: February 2008 edition of Bio::Blogs
Lab Life: The Tunnel Has an Light, and an End
Sunday Night Dinner: Southern Belle at Heart
The Inverse Square Blog: Why the Public Disses Science 2: “Duck and Cover” Nuclear terror dept.
BlogTogether: Forward in 2008

Post-Conference Interviews on A Blog Around The Clock':

SBC’08 Interviews

Live Video Archive (thanks to Wayne Sutton)

Scienceblogging.com Session: Open Science: http://ustream.tv/recorded/FpSIsRC5.tj6TcTETBI.QWfQLJ2O8phf

Blogging about the social sciences and humanities: http://ustream.tv/recorded/N0HEJ3KozZE6ckyDnkjTzp.VBYK3cgTY

Building interactivity into your blog: http://ustream.tv/recorded/6IeUKtgsHnECR3kwBu9xZZ.VBYK3cgTY

Framing science panel intro part 1 welcome: http://ustream.tv/recorded/ctIQ5k7slFIRktbEzswpxw

Changing Minds through Science Communication: http://ustream.tv/recorded/A8oUYgd0kiMi07XRSZGQbJ.VBYK3cgTY

Adventures in Science Blogging with Jennifer Ouellette: http://ustream.tv/recorded/csF01RPwJjYk3KL7A3mrma8pa3k2rY3j

Comments

  1. #1 Jake
    January 20, 2008

    New development for discussion of science and empirical reason here:

    http://acropolisreview.blogspot.com/2008/01/blogger-welcomes-hebrew-arabic-and.html

  2. #2 Jason
    January 20, 2008

    The archive of the Real-time blogging in the marine science session is available here:
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/dkDmE1uRAclXe8av3mFwbZ.VBYK3cgTY

  3. #3 McDawg
    January 24, 2008

    http://www.ustream.tv/waynesutton/videos

    Circa 15,000 views already of Wayne’s Conference footage. WOW =)

  4. #4 video conferencing freeware
    January 1, 2009

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  5. #5 video conferencing setup
    January 23, 2009

    The science blogging conferences are really doing a great job , because of it you can get all the valuable information about science easily on the internet with featured videos . Great share !!

  6. #6 Teleconferencing
    January 26, 2009

    The idea which I got from a conference room environment that delivered an experience which is so true to life an executive could use the solution instead of spending time and money traveling to meetings. The investment which I made on time the returns of the company justify the expense. The profits margin has increased tremendously.

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