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Monthly Archives: January 2010
As I catch up after ScienceOnline2010, I wanted to share a few things that I learned there. People love what we’re doing with this project. The response I received was nearly uniformly positive, and a number of people provided leads … Continue reading
My presentation on the ODP came and went, and seemed to be very well received. I’ve had a fantastic time talking with other folks leading and participating in citizen science efforts, and there is plenty to follow up on. Look … Continue reading
In just a few short hours, I’ll be leaving for ScienceOnline2010. Rather fitting for the topic, this is an “unconference” – meaning everyone (not just physical attendees) is welcome to participate through chats, Twitter, streamed conference sessions, blogs, etc. I’m … Continue reading
I spent much of today working on my presentation about the Open Dinosaur Project for ScienceOnline2010. The hope is to post the full thing in some form after the meeting; in the meantime, here’s a working outline for the talk: … Continue reading
As mentioned awhile back, I will be presenting on the Open Dinosaur Project at ScienceOnline2010, an annual collection of science bloggers, researchers, and the like. The conference is small (~250 participants), and features sessions ranging from podcasts to online civility … Continue reading