Science magazine and my blogroll

Orac just mentioned that Phil's Bad Astronomy blog was featured in Science's Netwatch section. John Hawks got plugged last week, and Pandas Thumb received a notice last November (mentioning this story I wrote and cross-posted to Panda's Thumb, even). And of course, Effect Measure were spotlighted in Nature in December. Not too bad for a bunch of nerds.

More like this

As regular readers probably know, I have been a (sporadic) contributor to The Panda’s Thumb since its founding in March 2004. Usually if I post there, the post ends up here, with comments often ending up at both sites. To make it easier to keep track of these (and to make it easier to keep up with…
Congrats are in order to fellow blogger Phil Plait (a.k.a. The Bad Astronomer) whose blog Bad Astronomy (a misnomer if ever there was one, given the amount of good astronomy he regularly writes about) garnered a favorable mention in the Netwatch section of Science. Hopefully this will bring Bad…
As of today, Seed's new science blogs are open for business. (Be sure to check out the list of other bloggers there--it packs quite a punch). To my regular readers, thanks for following me over here, and expect to see pretty much the same things I've written about in the past. Y'know, constant…
Phil has conceded, and I've received official verification that Pharyngula is indeed the winner of the Best Science Blog award. I have no illusions, though: this really isn't a recognition that I have the best science blog, it's evidence that I can put together a really good PR campaign that will…

My official title at work is NASA Education Resource Director, so I am in fact a NERD. Hmmmm, my business card has my title on it, so I'm actually a card-carrying NERD.

Thanks for the plug. That's cool! Ironic, too: I was at NASA HQ today doing nerdly things, so I missed the link until you pointed it out. :-)