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A year of blog stats: 2010

In the spirit of openness and transparency and “does anybody really care except me” I’ve included some blog hit statistics below for 2010. These stats are from the Google Analytics application that ScienceBlogs has installed. For 2010, this blog got 77,630 visits and 91,022 pageviews. To put it all into perspective, to say that this…

ScienceBlogs and National Geographic

Announced today: Dear Readers, It is our great pleasure to bring you news of an exciting new partnership, starting today, between ScienceBlogs and National Geographic. ScienceBlogs and National Geographic have at their cores the same ultimate mission: to cultivate widespread interest in science and the natural world. Starting today, we will work together to advance…

Comments not coming through

Just so you all know, the last couple of comments I’ve received are stuck in limbo. I can see them on the admin side but they’re not showing. Unfortunately, my work computer just died and I can’t seem to access my email, even via the web interface. Hopefully, all will return to normal soon.

ScienceBlogs on Facebook & Twitter

If you feel the need to socially network with ScienceBlogs and any of us various SciBlings, you can do so on Facebook and Twitter. I suspect that most of us who are on those services are fans/followers of ScienceBlogs. The main places I hang out are Friendfeed, Twitter and Facebook. Drop by and say hi!…

It looks like ScienceBlogs will be getting a lot more community-like and a lot less we-talk-you-listen — and that’s a very good thing. Since we’re listening, we’d also like your feedback on how we should set up our community. As you may have heard from one of our bloggers, ScienceBlogs will soon be introducing an…

Worldcon wrapup

And speaking of reading, a couple of the books on the summer reading list I posted yesterday were actually purchased at the World Science Fiction Convention dealers’ room! We were lucky that this year the con was in Montreal, my home town and very near Ste-Agathe, where we spent most of our vacation time. The…

My annual summer blogging break has officially come to a close. I returned to work Monday after a very nice four week vacation. Yes, I use my whole annual vacation allotment all at once and go the rest of the year without any significant break except for Christmas. The first three weeks we spent most…

Summer blogging break

Yes, it’s here. My annual summer blogging break. A time to recharge my blogging batteries. Time to pack up my virtual bags, hop on my ePlane and take a posting holiday. As usual, I’ll be offline for the next four weeks or so, probably back the week of August 24th. I have scheduled some posts…

And Dorothea Salo makes four…

That’s four librar* blogs here at ScienceBlogs, of course, with hopefully more to come. We’re taking over! I’ll let Dorothea introduce herself: I’m very pleased to welcome you all to The Book of Trogool, a brand-new blog about e-research. My name is Dorothea Salo, I’m an academic librarian, and I am fascinated with the changes…

Another librarian in the house!

Go on over and visit ScienceBlogs’ newest librarian blogger: Christina Pikas at Christina’s LIS Rant.

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