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An Orgy of Self-Referential Blogging...

...may follow from a new PLoS ONE paper on bloggers whose posts are aggregated at ResearchBlogging.org (Shema et al., 2012):The average RB blogger in our sample is male, either a graduate student or has been awarded a PhD and blogs under his own name.The Neurocritic has never been one for meta-blogging. 1 I don't like to draw attention to my existence as an actual person, and I don't have time to discuss things like the pros/cons of blogging, scientific outreach, gender imbalances, scientist bloggers vs.
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A Modest Appeal to Research Bloggers

Academics / Neuroscience : The Neurocritic (5 years ago)

ResearchBlogging.org is having a contest to determine the Best Blogging on Peer Reviewed Research. The Neurocritic has been chosen as a finalist in the Best Blog -- Neuroscience category. I kindly thank the judges for nominating my ... Read Post

Blog Pick Of The Month at PLoS ONE

Academics / General Science : A Blog Around the Clock (6 years ago)

If you write blog posts about PLoS ONE papers, you are eligible for a prize every month! I explain in some detail here, but this is the main point: ...every month, I will read all the blog coverage aggregated on ResearchBlogging.org... Read Post

And now, announcing the PLoS ONE Blog Pick of the Month Award

Academics / Biology : Greg Laden's Blog (4 years ago)

The Blog Pick of the Month is a monthly award given for the best (well, they don't actually say best, but I'll assume) blog post covering a story from PLoS ONE and aggregated in ResearchBlogging.org. (There are several such posts ea... Read Post


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