Thursday, September 20, 2007

Ego blogging -- what is your favorite self written blog entry or comment?

The Scientists is running a very informative discussion on people's favorite science blogs. There are some blogs there that I have never heard of that seem quite interesting as well as others I knew about and had forgotten. So it is a good place to look to see what people pick as their favorite.

But I think there is a more interesting question. What is your favorite blog entry that you have written in your own blog? Or, especially if you do not have a blog, what is your favorite comment you have written on someone else's blog? If you can't pick just one --- well do what they did on the Scientist site and pick a few.

My three favorites of my own blog entries:
  1. Why all medical professionals need to study evolution. I like this because I have been harping on it for years but never wrote about it or did anything about it.
  2. Top 10 Novel ways to contribute to the open access movement. I like this because it was one of my first serious moves to write about Open Access to scientific literature.
  3. Adaptationomics Award #1. This if high on my list because it represents both my obsession with adaptationism and my need to be snarky.
How about anyone else --- what are your favorite self-written blog entries?

8 comments:

  1. I'll take credit for providing the impetus to write #1.... Did I ever tell you I'm for hire as a motivational coach? :D

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  2. Thank you for the nice post. I enjoy reading your posts. Thank you for the
    time and effort you spend for keeping blog lively and attractive.

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  3. Yup, Hsien, you do get credit for that one. When will you give me my next task?

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  4. And, if you all are digging through your archives for your own favourite posts, why not submit them for the 2nd Science Blogging Anthology?

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  5. http://openlab.wufoo.com/forms/submission-form/

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  6. As a matter of fact I've never read your "Top 10 Novel ways..." post. I'm leading a student initiative in my institute to post all our publications pdf's (or drafts, in case we might get sued) in the institution's webpage... do you mind if I link your post?

    German

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  7. Everything I put on here is under a Creative Commons license. Do whatever you want with it as long as you saywhere it came from.

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