In newspapers, therefore I am

You may have heard that, about six months ago, Charlotte Observer and Raleigh News & Observer started a new Monday Science/Technology section.

Among other articles, there is also an ongoing weekly feature - a brief interview with a science blogger (usually, but not always, located in North Carolina), conducted by amazing and unique Delene Beeland (blog, Twitter).

Today was my turn (actually not - the blogger who was scheduled for this week had a good reason not to be interviewed in this particular week, and I was glad to help in a hurry).

You can now read the interview with me at Charlotte Observer and News & Observer sites.

The picture was taken by John Rees at the Triangle Tweetup last Thursday.

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