Science blogging event at UW, Weds, April 29th

Usually, I'm kind of a hermit, but I heard there would be Bacon and so, I'm going to leave the house next Weds, night and attend a science blogging event at the University of Washington.

I think it will be fun. Not only will there be Bacon, there will be pizza and other bloggers, who may or may not be entertaining.

Others who will be there (besides me) are:

Dave Bacon, Quantom Pontiff

Maria Brumm, Green Gabbro, who is NOT really an intern with the Discovery Institute

Keith Seinfeld, KPLU, Science and Wonder

Alan Boyle, MSNBC, Cosmic Log

Eric Steig, UW Earth science, RealClimate

Julianne Dalcanton, UW astronomy, Cosmic Variance

Science in the Blogosphere:
Writing, research and the uncertain future of science communication
Wednesday, April 29, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
University of Washington Paul G. Allen Center, Gates Commons, Room 691
Free for NSWA members, $5 for non-members

The info for getting a ticket is here in the University Week.

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