Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

How I Got Here

When thinking about the move to ScienceBlogs, I worried about my old material becoming lost in the shuffle, many of which brought a lot of new links and visits to my site when I first published them. I actually happen to like some of this material, so I decided to use Janet‘s idea of publishing her blog bio. Now that I have a few minutes, I am doing the same thing.

Still Big Favorites

Natural History

Author Interviews

Education/Academics

Publishing

Avian Influenza

Blog Carnivals

Politics

Unemployment

NYC Life

Haiku

Navel Gazing

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Comments

  1. #1 coturnix
    January 15, 2006

    I think this is a great idea. Thank you for putting all this together.

    [P.S. I can comment only from the hated IE, but not from Firefox]

  2. #2 Bruce
    January 15, 2006

    Thank you for this. It’s a great help for new readers, sort of a guided tour of the highlights (and diversity) of your earlier writing. Cool.

    -Bruce

  3. #3 GrrlScientist
    January 16, 2006

    Thanks for reading my essays! (I think my earlier material is generally better written than the more recent essays. Well, with some notable exceptions).

    Coturnix; Thanks for letting me know about this problem. I will pass on your comment regarding IE/firefox comments to the IT peeps at Seed to see what they can do to fix it. Incidentally, are you using a mac or PC?

    GrrlScientist

  4. #4 Alon Levy
    January 17, 2006

    Oddly enough, I generally have an easier time reading your blog and Pharyngula on Mozilla than on IE.

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