Tag Archives: Science Cheerleader

Book Review: The Rightful Place of Science: Citizen Science

I know you folks are busy, so I’ll give you the short version of this review up front. If you’re sufficiently interested, you can read more in-depth after that. I’m reviewing The Rightful Place of Science: Citizen Science for a few reasons: first, I’ve … Continue reading

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Attending the USA Science & Engineering Festival

I front-loaded a bunch of my April blog posts so I could attend the USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, DC April 14-17. Below are some pictures from the event.

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Philosophers of the Workplace

A while back, I suggested that the future will need technical writers because, among other things, we can act as a “philosopher of the internet age.” I wanted to expand on that subject a bit.

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Project MERCCURI Flies

Here’s about 12 minutes of my day yesterday: For more press citations about Project MERCCURI (Microbe Ecology Research Combining Citizen and University Researchers on ISS), see here. For more information about my role in this activity, see my article on … Continue reading

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And When I’m Not Working…

Howdy, folks! Sorry I’ve been off the air for a bit. Busy November. I managed to kick out a 59,770-word first draft of my first original novel as part of National Novel Writing Month. If you’ve had an idea in … Continue reading

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