Hi everyone. First off, thanks for all of the encouraging comments and emails! I'm excited to be blogging here at ScienceBlogs, and I hope I can bring a little bit of humour and general silliness to the proceedings.
I realize that my RSS feed is currently not working, but the right people have been notified and a fix should be coming within the next couple of days. It's a new blog, so certain things have to be set up.
Thanks for reading! Since I've got your attention, if you come across any strange publications that might be good material for the blog, feel free to send them my way. I'll give you credit for finding them. And I'll let you be my Internet friend.
Update: My RSS feed lives! Subscribe away, folks!
Heh, when you say "strange publications" what exactly do you mean?
It's a new blog, so certain things have to be set up.
No Problemo! I think everyone understands about web pages. You gotta love them but setting them up is the closest thing I can remember to getting me running around in circles, screaming and pulling my hair out! LOL! Keep up the great job!
Dave Briggs :~)
This blog totally rocks! Can't wait for that RSS feed to show up.
Nakaguchi et al. Prediction of the incidence of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage from meteorological data. Int J Biometeorol (2008)
Translation: Changes in barometric pressure could make your head explode!