To celebrate the completion of my PhD and start of a post-doc, I’ve decided to start publishing bits and pieces of research on a blog. I’m hoping this will encourage me to write about results more frequently, hence achieving more scientific output and interaction than I would obtain through peer-reviewed publications and conferences alone.

I am inspired by a number of existing research bloggers who I enjoy reading. They include Andrew Gelman, David Hogg, Sarah Kendrew, Andy Lawrence, Adrian Price-Whelan, Robert Simpson, AstroBetter, Remanzacco, Zooniverse Blogs, Stuart Lowe, as well as a a bunch of micro-bloggers on Twitter, and others who I forget to list.

This blog has just two rules:

  1. I shall not apologise for the frequency of posts, or lack thereof.
  2. I shall not apologise for breaking the first rule.

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Posted on 2012-10-06, in Blogs. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’m not only agree but also like it and congratulate you :)

    I would like to do same thing but I think I will start it when I start to write my thesis, so blog and thesis can feed each other :)

    Anyway, It is nice to read you :)

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