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Euan analyzed connectivity of science blogs using their blogrolls, revealing a Big Head, a Skinny Neck and a Long Tail, as expected in every community. Linkfests, carnivals, aggregators, commenting on each other's blogs, signing up for ResearchBlogging.org, showing up at meetups and conferences -…
Kim at All of My Faults Are Stress Related asks: I've got a question for women readers, especially those in the geosciences, environmental sciences, or field sciences: what do you get out of reading blogs? And if you have a blog yourself, what do you get out of writing it? I'm asking because there'…
Retweeting Zuska: Kim at All of My Faults Are Stress Related asks: I've got a question for women readers, especially those in the geosciences, environmental sciences, or field sciences: what do you get out of reading blogs? And if you have a blog yourself, what do you get out of writing it? I'…
The Dog Zombie has an interesting post discussing women in vet med--and why there are so many. She notes that her school is only 12% male, versus more of an even distribution in med schools, and the recent discussion of gender imbalance in science blogging. This is interesting to me, as my personal…