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Amazing momma-scientist Janus Prof asked me to ask y’all how many hours you really work. Janus Prof is just completing her first year on the tenure-track at a prestigious university, and in the course of that year, she also gave birth to her first child and was diagnosed with an uncurable, chronic illness that limits…

Retweeting Zuska: Kim at All of My Faults Are Stress Related asks: I’ve got a question for women readers, especially those in the geosciences, environmental sciences, or field sciences: what do you get out of reading blogs? And if you have a blog yourself, what do you get out of writing it? I’m asking because…

While I’m immersed in writing, planning, and reflection and Alice is uncurling, other people are actually writing the sort of amazing posts that make the blogosphere such a valuable and powerful place to be. These are the sort of posts that make you look at the world a different way or that validate and crystallize…

Welcome Kim Hannula!

One of my favorite bloggers, with one of the best blog titles ever, has drifted on over to ScienceBlogs. Kim writes beautifully about geology and geosciences education, and occasionally about women in science. She guest blogged for us a few weeks ago, and now she’s got her own well-deserved brighter spotlight. If you are not…

Blogroll Amnesty Day

The powers that be have declared this the third annual Blogroll Amnesty Day. According to those powers, we are supposed to be celebrate by linking to five lesser-known bloggers, and reiterating our liberal blogroll policy. First the blogs you should be reading…hard choices here, but I’m going to go with these: The Alternative Scientist -…

The February Scientiae is up at Fairer Science. Pat picked a great theme for this month’s carnival “Our Dreams for a Better World.” Go check out all the great ideas and then let’s get to work turning them into reality. And now for an exciting announcement, DNLee of Urban Science Adventures is kicking off a…

Thanks so much to Propter Doc for helping me moderate the Transitions session at ScienceOnline09. Our goal for the session was to draft a list of “best practices” for handling your online presence as you move through personal and professional transitions in the off-line world. Thanks to all the participants in the session for offering…