Goodbye Scienceblogs

NOTE: This blog has moved. The Frontal Cortex is now over here.

I've got some exciting news: Starting today, the Frontal Cortex will be moving over to the Wired website. Needless to say, the move comes with the usual mixture of emotions, as I've greatly enjoyed my four years as part of the Scienceblogs community. It's been an honor to share this space with such a fine collection of scientists and writers. I'm sad to be leaving. (I should note, by the way, that this move was planned long before Pepsi, etc.) However, I'm really thrilled to be joining the blog network of the publication that I contribute to in print. I apologize for the hassle of changing RSS feeds, bookmarks and all the rest, but I really hope we can make this move together. Regardless, thanks so much for reading!

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Do you know if it's possible to subscribe to the RSS feed just for Frontal Cortex and not the entire Wired Science blog?

Thanks for the heads-up!
I subscribed to the new blog location's RSS feed, I'm all set.
Good luck on the new site!
Cheers!

By Sharon Stewart (not verified) on 21 Jul 2010 #permalink

Bummer.

Your going to be missed. I often hold reading your posts because they are something of a complete meal of thought and information. Something to be consumed in single focused event with no distractions.

I have my doubts that I will follow. Fact is that this blog network is still a rich and convenient source. I've tried following other blogs to other places but if there isn't a sufficient concentration and rich network to justify keeping a window open all the time I usually find scheduling regular visits onerous.

@Art: just use an rss reader like google reader. This way you don't have to checkup on individual websites to find out if there are updates but only check your rss reader for all your updates at once.

Probably won't follow unless either I change my habits and start accepting partial-only RSS feeds, or Wired provides a full one.

Why go to the trouble of saying you're not going to follow? It takes all of ten seconds to change your bookmarks and/or RSS feeds!

Jonah, I love your blog and have been following for quite some time. Congrats on the move, I look forward to reading more of your well written and insightful posts.

Thank you Jonah!

I just wanted to thank you for this blog. It's really been a joy reading you and I will continue to read you over at Wired.

Funny how things happen. I just subscribed to Wired last week. And now I hear that's where I need to get my "Jonah" fix! Good luck, Jonah!

The biggest negative about wired is the rude idiots in the comments. I kinda feel like a really cool lecture series has been moved to the local burger king, but hey ho - still cool lectures.

hmh, that rss feed icon is hidden too well @ wired

number of subscribers at wired: 330
number of subscribers at scienceblog: 2,498

Jonah,

Thanks for everything. I always enjoy reading your posts and your book, the decisive moment, was inspirational. Glad you're moving over to wired, as that's how I first discovered you. Keep up the good work.

if what @18 uls said is true, then, it is a grave commercial mathematical error, is it not?

I have always learnt of your thoughts from this site. The first time I'd the blessing to stumble across your first book, proust...I'd loved it.

I would have loved some kind of familiarity to log onto my favourite sites from time to time, when I have that special moment between me and me, to share it with your site.

But alas, times move on, and things change, and one must adapt.

I wish you all the best with the new site.

*enjoy*
meryl

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I am a great fan of Stephen hawking , now you are moving from these science blogs .I am thinking about writing a blog on Stephen hawking in my word and i think that is my way to give him a honor.

Good luck with the new site! Check out our blog post about Dr. Peggy Drexler. She's a professor of psychology and psychiatry http://bit.ly/mpJIW6

Okay, I know that you moved on to Wired but it would be nice if you still posted on here once in a while. We are always interested to hear about your thoughts and some of us enjoy reading what you have to say on this. But I am glad that you are exploring new interests. Hope to see you soon!

I agree with #32. I read wired quite regularly, but would be good to write some new thoughts once in a while. ScienceBlogs still comes up for many things that I search, so I feel it's still a very good place to share and teach.

Great idea on moving to the new site. I've seen your blog over there and you've done a great job. I'll be seeing you over at wired from here on out!

Congratulations on your move--upward and forwards, hopefully.

I'll continue to follow you and your brilliant insightful analyses and original thinking via your blog at your new location.