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December 16, 2005

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Christina Pikas

I have to differ with Garrett on the lack of science blogs... while this is certainly true about life science blogs, the physics blogosphere seems pretty vibrant. String theorists alone have quite a few blogs. One collection of physics blogs is: Mixed States, http://somethingsimilar.com/planet/mixed_states. I also would say that I would separate science librarian bloggers (the dPAM blog and ENGLIB), from scientist bloggers and from science journalist bloggers... IMHO.

Declan Butler

See also my recent article on blogging in science
http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v438/n7068/full/438548a.html
and an associated editorial
http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v438/n7068/full/438531a.html

Declan Butler
Senior reporter
Nature

My blog
http://declanbutler.info/blog/

My 'thin' blogs... ;->
http://declanbutler.info/blog/?p=5

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