Science Blogs

Once again, it’s been a long time between posts. It’s really easy to let two weeks skip by without even noticing it. This is especially true this time of the year. The library has been booked with classes of seniors working diligently to get their final portfolios finished. That usually means lots of typing and helping with formatting and printing, but not too much in the way of research. We have also used this time in the LMC to straighten things out a bit.

In case you haven’t stopped by the library recently, we now have a large conference table in what will some day soon be the Professional Development/ Teacher Area. The table was housed in what used to be the Faculty Library, but that has been defunct since before I arrived in 2003. I’ll keep everyone posted on the progress we make in that area.

In the meantime, I would like to recommend you all to three of my favorite science blogs. Blogging has become so popular, that there are sites dedicated exclusively to particular areas. All three of these blogs can be found at Science and each one has links to other interesting science bloggers. I have found myself jumping from link to link for hours without end. Let me know what you think.

·        PZ Myers, biologist and professor at Univ. of Minnesota writes at Pharyngula

·        Greta and Greg Munger write an interesting blog at Cognitive Daily

·        A psychiatrist from a “Midwestern” state writes a blog at Corpus Callosum


© 2008 henry toromoreno


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born in brooklyn, raised in queens, massachusetts, that's where I be.
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