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2013 – Blog Year In Review

Image by Claire Fahrbach I wish everyone a happy, healthy, successful and prosperous New Year! Many bloggers start each year with a “Year In Review” type of post, so I thought this would be a good way for me to get back to blogging after a brief hiatus. January My most popular post of the entire year, at least judging by traffic, was Commenting threads:...

Welcome the Popular Science blog network

  This morning, the science blogging ecosystem just got bigger and better. More the merrier! Our friends at Popular Science just launched a brand new blog network. They are starting with 13 wonderful bloggers, some veterans, some new, and there will be something for everyone: Zero Moment: Erik Sofge on our robot futureTechtiles: Emma Barker on the...

#sci4hels – What makes one a “killer” (science) journalist of the future?

It is only four weeks till the World Conference of Science Journalists commences in Helsinki, and our #sci4hels panel has been hard at work, for months now, at preparing for the event. We had discussions on Twitter (account, list, hashtag), set up the Google + and Facebook pages, and put together a website/blog. Over the past few months, we also engaged...

Best of May at A Blog Around The Clock

I posted 4 times in May. That is, on A Blog Around The Clock only (not counting the posts on The Network Central, The SA Incubator, Video of the Week, Image of the Week, or editing Guest Blog and Expeditions). I promise there will be more next month! #sci4hels – What makes one a “killer” (science) journalist of the future? Quick updates: Science Studio,...

Quick Programming Note–#SciFoo and #WCSJ2013/#sci4hels

Just a quick note. If you will be at Science Foo Camp (a.k.a. SciFoo) on June 21-23, find me and say Hello. I last went to this meeting in 2007 and I am happy to go back after a long break. Not sure what the event rules are, but I expect to livetweet quite a lot (at @BoraZ). Likewise, if you will be at the World Conference of Science Journalists in...

ScienceOnline Events Update

As we reminded you a couple of weeks ago, ScienceOnline community and the organization are busy preparing a number of upcoming events. Today, we need to give you some important updates on the planning, program and registration for the three major events coming up soon, so you can start planning today: ScienceOnlineClimate, ScienceOnlineOceans and ScienceOnlineTogether...

Best of June at A Blog Around The Clock

I posted three times in June. That is, on A Blog Around The Clock only (not counting the posts on The Network Central, The SA Incubator, Video of the Week, Image of the Week, or editing Guest Blog, MIND Guest Blog and Expeditions). Almost no travel coming up, so there should be more next month! Quick programming note – #SciFoo and #WCSJ2013/#sci4hels ScienceOnline...

#SciFoo in pictures

Yes, I was at Science Foo Camp ten days ago, returning to the event after six years (you can see my posts from the 2007 event here). As before, this was an energy-filled event, and a great opportunity to meet creative people who do interesting stuff, and not just to schmooze with old friends. As the sessions’ topics are decided at the last minute and...

Bring science and health journalism to #ONA13

The Online News Association Conference is one of the most popular events in the field these days, where prestigious ONA awards are also given to innovators in online journalism. The ONA13 will be held in Atlanta this year, on October 17-19th. Unfortunately, there is rarely anything on the program that specifically touches on science or health journalism,...

FtBCON: Science Communication

Earlier today I was on Google Hangouts, with the host P.Z. Myers, discussing science communication, the changing media ecosystem, how to push back against anti- and pseudo-science, and more. Take a look: Filed under: Evolution, More Science, Technology

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