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On the nature of chemistry publishing

I’ve just returned from #ACSPhilly (the 252nd ACS meeting in Philadelphia) where I got to meet some awesome chemtweeps, many for the first time. This was my first ACS meeting since March 2009 (the one in Salt Lake City) which, … Continue reading

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We need to talk about Twitter…

As part of Materials Week at the University of Warwick, I was asked to talk about social media and how it is used by scientists (and of course I threw in a bit about how journals use it too). Because … Continue reading

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The wisdom of Google

After discovering the (absolutely genius) @GooglePoetics twitter feed last night, I was curious to see what Google search autocomplete had to say in a few other cases… The first choice was obvious: Well, at least ‘fun’ comes before the other … Continue reading

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Where you all come from to read this stuff

I see that Henry Rzepa just put up a post about where the readers of his blog come from. 144 countries, with India at number 3, and so on. I thought I’d put mine up for comparison — these are … Continue reading

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I’m still here

Well, at least I got into double figures in terms of number of posts before I had to write this one, in which I assure you that I’m still here and still intent on blogging. I’ve been somewhat sidetracked recently … Continue reading

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The road to hell?

Well, it is my good intention that this site turns into a blog at some point. With witty and insightful posts as well as regular updates (we can all dream a little can’t we…). Stranger things have happened. I imagine … Continue reading

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