I posted 75 times in October.
We have made the first announcement – What will ScienceOnline2011 be? and you can try to get a travel grant: Blog about evolution, come to ScienceOnline2011!. Also see ScienceOnline2010 – interview with Anne Jefferson.
Two interviews in October – The recording of the Skeptically Speaking show about Science Journalism is now available online and Dr. Kiki’s Science Hour 68: Taking Science Online (video).
Science? I edited and republished an old post: Why are dinosaur fossils’ heads turned up and back? (repost)
The series of interviews with people who are leaders in the science blogging community continues: Scienceblogging: science3.0.com – a Q&A with Mark Hahnel, Scienceblogging: SciBlogs NZ – a Q&A with Peter Griffin, Scienceblogging: LabSpaces – a Q&A with Brian Krueger, Scienceblogging: The Lay Scientist (and The Guardian) – a Q&A with Martin Robbins, Scienceblogging: Field of Science – a Q&A with Edward Michaud and Scienceblogging: Scientopia – a Q&A with SciCurious and Mark Chu-Carroll.
My brother will have his book published soon – you can pre-order Serbian Dreambook: National Imaginary in the Time of Milošević
I saw ‘Social Network’, the movie and wrote a brief review.
The BlogTogether Birthday Bash was awesome.
Pingback: 2010 in review | A Blog Around The Clock
Pingback: Best of April 2011 | A Blog Around The Clock
Pingback: Best of May at A Blog Around The Clock | A Blog Around The Clock
Pingback: Best on June 2011 at A Blog Around The Clock | A Blog Around The Clock