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February 2, 2006

Exploring the Blogosphere

Posted by Urs Schreiber

As noted already elsewhere in the blogosphere (by P.P. Cook and by P. Woit) there are currently a couple of acticles concerned with math and physics blogging.

In his article Exploring the Blogosphere, Craig Laughton, who runs the blog Gooseania says, to my mind, some very true things about the benefits of blogging.

I use this opportunity to remind the (potential) readers of any of these blogs once again that the way to read blogs without becoming insane is to use an RSS reader software. The latest Mozialla Thunderbird has one built in.

Posted at February 2, 2006 11:51 AM UTC

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Read the post Research Blogging
Weblog: The n-Category Café
Excerpt: On research blogging.
Tracked: December 20, 2006 5:53 PM

a link

I think something struck me as I was in my way to Damascus, so now my PF blog entries wander blindly across string theory.

Posted by: Alejandro Rivero on July 27, 2007 11:26 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

More self propaganda

the argument has been woven into a proof that a (exotic kind of bootstrapping) superstring, when asked to support the charges of the standard model, forces three generations with one massive top quark. The note is uploaded as section 3 of 0710.1526 but it has not been cross posted to hep-th.

Posted by: alejandro rivero on October 10, 2007 9:36 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

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