Blogging with substance

I was given a Blogging With Substance award and got tagged.

I need to answer two questions:

1. Sum up your blogging motivation, philosophy and experience in exactly 10 words.

Oh my! Is this the most difficult moment to answer this? Let’s say that I am now completely rethinking my blogging – my goals, my format, my style. The only thing I hope remains will be my voice. You just need to wait and watch this blog for a couple of more months, see it evolve.

2. Pass it on to 10 other blogs with substance.

All of the bloggers who recently left Scienceblogs.com got tagged at the same time as I was, so I cannot tag any of them. But there are many other great bloggers of substance, and it is hard to limit oneself to only ten. Here are ten that I have been reading very regularly (some for years, other starting more recently) and like very much (yes, I know, I cannot count, I stealthily added an eleventh one in):

Archy

EcoPhysioMichelle

Bjoern Brembs

Save Your Breath For Running Ponies

Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week

Byte Size Biology

Ben Young Landis

Wild Muse

The Language of Bad Physics

Culturing Science

Science with Moxie

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7 responses to “Blogging with substance

  1. Bora, thanks for being a good sport and playing along. Normally I avoid memes and awards, but this one seemed particularly worthwhile under the circumstances.

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  3. My h/t to you, sir!

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