Good final session, and a few goodbye drinks, and Science Blogging 2008 is over. It was a good day. It’s true that much of what was discussed was about how hardcore scientists deal with (or don’t) blogging. Some was about communication with the public, though. And met some good folks, too.
Session on how to blog started with basics, got more interesting with details on how to archive and cite science online. Lunch was quite tasty, and I met some good folks. Next session is on how to use blogs as educational tools.
Session on how to setup a blog. Starting with the basics.
Panel discussion: “The Scientific Life, Exposed”, with Jennifer Rohn, Grrl Scientist and Anna Kushnir.
Badscience.net’s Ben Goldacre talking about the niche power of science blogging.
This is the first scientific blogging event in Europe.
At the conference, getting some history of the Royal Institution. Look, it’s Ben Goldacre!
Tomorrow I’m off to Science Online London 2009, the follow-up to Science Blogging 2008 that I attended last year. I’m looking forward to it. I’m disappointed that I wasn’t able to make the pre-conf pub crawl last night. I won’t be able to stay after to hob-nob with folks, either, so I’ll try to make […]
Remember Science Blogging London I attended last year? Remember that I enjoyed it? It’s back, this year as Science Online London 2009. Not just for bloggers anymore! From the conference’s website: The name of the event was changed to reflect the variety of science-related activities happening online today. Topics include blogging and microblogging, online communities, […]
Sorry, I’ve been a bit busy. In a few minutes I’m off to Science Blogging 2008, a one-day conference here in London for science bloggers. I’m prepared for being the lightweight part-timer in the crowd. I’m disappointed I had to miss some of the warm-up events (pub visits, walks to point of scientific interest). But […]
Nature Network, in collaboration with the Royal Institution, is holding its inaugural science blogging conference in London at the end of August. Science Blogging 2008: London will have a keynote speech from Badscience’s Ben Goldacre, talks about how blogging might be able to influence the public perception of science, how-to workshops, discussions about the uses […]