I am really grateful for the echoes in the scientific blogosphere on my live onblogging doctoral thesis trial. (I especially liked PZ Pharyngula Myers’ thesis story which inspired me to put some pictures and texts into Comic Life.) What is crucial here: this way I can perfectly match my professional daily job with my blogging… Continue reading The “live”, thesis building blogxperiment: progress through little steps
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This is the last part of the blogterview with Chris Patil about the growing role of blogs and the web in aging research and life extension activism. Spread, summarize, criticize, connect. Thanks Chris for the answers. Part I. Ouroboros’ Chris Patil: answers to life extension questions I. Part II. Blogterview with Ouroboros’ Chris Patil, II.:… Continue reading Ouroboros’ Chris Patil, III.: What can blogs do for life extension?
Ladies and gentlemen: due to the heavy traffic yesterday Pimm is now on the list (updated every 6 hours) of the blogs experienced the greatest gain in traffic in the last 24 hours. Thank you. I have tremendous information to share you, but now I am doing an experiment in the lab. 🙂 CU soon.