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The Best of October

October was a very busy month and the blog must have felt a little neglected. Still, I managed to post 142 times last month…and not just Clock Quotes. Open Access Week was in October, and I particularly paid attention to Open Access Week in Serbia. I announced the PLoS ONE Blog Pick of the Month…

The Best of September

I have posted 131 times in September (exact same number as August), including many cool videos as well as a few pictures from a recent trip to the zoo. This month I also started importing the best links I posted on Twitter over the day, in Tweetlinks. In September I interviewed Victor Henning, John Wilbanks…

Housekeeping news

A) If you click on any individual post on any Scienceblogs.com blog, you will see new sharing buttons on the bottom which make it very easy for you to, with a single click, send the link to that post to Twitter, Facebook and other social networking services (or e-mail to friends). B) There is a…

Housekeeping time

I am superhappy with my brand new Homepage. So now I want to do all sorts of fixin’ around here. The About page was horrendously out-dated so I did some quick fixes and edits to make it a little less embarrassing, though it probably needs a complete rethinking and rewriting from scratch one of these…

Homepage, yeah!

Drumroll, please*…. Check out my brand new and unique HOMEPAGE!!!! I never had a homepage before. I never made a static web-page in my life. I made blogs. I made many, many blogs. And I always used my main blog (this one since summer of 2006) as my homepage. But now that I am all…

The Best of August

I have posted 131 times last month (definitely a decrease in numbers as most of the one-off quick-links are now going straight to Twitter/FriendFeed/Facebook instead of cluttering the blog). Interestingly, many of last month’s posts were some amazing videos – check them out. Here are some of the highlights: Not-so-self-correcting science: the hard way, the…

Scienceblogs.com Reader Community

From the Overlords comes this message that you, the readers, should take a look at and provide us, in the comments, with feedback: In the next three to four weeks, we’ll be creating and unveiling a user registration program … This will allow users to sign in, create a profile, track discussions they’re interested in,…

The Best of July

I posted 173 (this is 174th) posts in July. As I was traveling the first half of the month, I scheduled a bunch of quotes and also a bunch of re-posts of the most basic and informative posts about chronobiology for your summer education The first week of July, I was in Lindau, Germany, at…

A Programming Note

The backside of Scienceblogs.com is gettin’ some tunin’ tonight, starting in about 30 minutes or so. That’s what she said. So, we cannot post anything and you cannot post comments (though it may seem like you can) until, hopefully, tomorrow morning. Afterwards, we all hope, posting (by us) and commenting (by you) is not going…

The Best of June

Ah, with all the traveling I forgot to post the ‘Best of” post on the 1st of the month. But what the heck – I got new readers over the past couple of weeks, so better late than never. So here it goes – I posted 150 times in June. Here are some of the…