Here's where I give you the first sentence of the first post each month of this year.
- January: We’re just about set for a fabulous session on citation/bibliographic/reference managers at the upcoming Science Online conference.
- February: I attended this one day pre-conference session on February 3, 2010. (about the PSP conference)
- March: Back when I was working at the public library, I used to do the “introduction to the internet” classes.
- April: I’m still on this kick on recommender systems.
- May: Anne Jefferson from Highly Allochthonous pointed me to a new essay from Geoscientist Online, the member magazine of the Geological Society (UK).
- June: Many/most/all (?) scientists and engineers who have ever published anything anywhere are now being inundated with calls for papers (CFP).
- July: How do zombies seek and use information?
- August: You found me!
- September: We’re putting scientopia basically in to conservation mode to conserve resources until we get hosting issues squared away.
- October: Update2 (10/2/2009): and I’m back, and typing in the right box this time. yay! (my blogging funk started in September)
- November: Yes, it’s been terribly quiet around here. Not even any prodding about the Donor’s Choose (but please consider giving ).
- December: I had a nice long meeting with my dissertation committee on Monday.
Unfortunately, it looks like things like embedded SlideShare presentations and FriendFeed threads didn't import here when I moved in August.
I started out the year gangbusters but the last quarter has been very slow and awkward. That's also the time when I made a lot of progress on my proposal, so it's not all bad. I'd like to get back to doing ResearchBlogging this year.