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SBC pictures – Friday dinner, part 2

Here are some more pictures from the Friday dinner (under the fold):

SBC pictures – Friday dinner, part 1

Here are a few pictures from the Friday night dinner at Town Hall Grill (under the fold):

On Friday afternoon, I went to one of the Lab Tours with several participants of the Science Blogging Conference to the NC Museum of Natural Science in downtown Raleigh, where we were treated to a royal tour of the fossil lab, the vaults and the exhibits:

SBC Pictures – Friday lunch at Radisson

After the Blogging101 session, I went to Radisson and had lunch with several science bloggers freshly arrived for the Science Blogging Conference, but I was too excited about meeting them, and to interested in my food to be a good photographer, so I only took a couple of shots of Dave and Elisabeth:

Here are just a couple of pictures from the Friday morning hands-on session on Blogging101 – the very beginning of the Science Blogging Conference:

I spent a lot of time today offline (and in the car), and I am exhausted, but here is a very brief summary of the day (I’ll post the pictures and update the blog linkfest later – UPDATE: I just updated the Blog and Media Coverage page). After the Blogging Skills Session, I drove a…

SBC – liveblogging: Blogging101

Sitting in the UNC Health Science Library computer lab. There’s about 20 of us. Most people are relatively new to blogging and they are asking excellent questions. Anton Zuiker is leading the session. Brian Russell, Wayne Sutton and I pitch in as needed.

Yes, about 200-something people will be participating in the Science Blogging Conference in the real space and real time, being physically present. But, both those who are here and those who are not should also participate online. Here are the three main places to do so: 1. The Wiki The main conference wiki, set up…

The Science Blogging Conference is tomorrow and Saturday. We have 214 registered participants and the registration is now closed. I have been highlighting the participants for the past couple of months, and today is the time for the final part of this roll-call: Stuart Pimm is the Doris Duke Professor of Conservation Ecology at the…