Tag Archives: blogging

Highly Allochthonous’s 2013 adventures

With a few hours of the year to spare in our current time zone, here’s a quick look back at some of the places your Highly Allochthonous bloggers have found themselves in the last 12 months. We started the year … Continue reading

Categories: Antarctica, geology, photos

Earth Science Erratics: the kinder, gentler way to start geoblogging

Is one of your New Year’s Resolutions this year to start a science blog? We’re here to help. Continue reading

Categories: bloggery

Geobloggers – why do you blog?

For geology bloggers, one of the most interesting, and encouraging, things about 2010 was that two big geological organisations – the Geological Society of America and the American Geophysical Union – have started to grasp, and exploit, the potential of … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, public science, science education

The dawn of Scientopia and the evolving science blogging ecosystem

Whilst I was rock hunting in a region where whisky is far more readily available than wifi, the rapid reorganisation of the science blogosphere has continued with the unveiling of a shiny new blog collective: Scientopia. Largely the brainchild of … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, public science

ScienceOnline Day 1: generalised ramblings

Since I’ve yet to develop the sort of mind that can blog the last sentence whilst listening to the next one, I’ve mainly kept the laptop closed and just listened and/or pontificated in most of today’s sessions. But I thought … Continue reading

Categories: bloggery, conferences, general science, public science