All posts tagged “online science

Too many open loops or new type of science?

I guess all online scientists struggle to find a balance between a number of projects they are willing to commit to and a number of projects they are physically able to work on. What used to be the case for high-profile people (visibility increases number of interesting offers coming to you), it’s currently the case for everyone engaged in online conversation. Something interesting appears on the horizon and it’s just a matter of time you jump in and start exploring….

Launching an aggregator of Polish science blogs

Launching an aggregator of Polish science blogs took less than six hours from an idea to the alfa state we have released to the public. It’s available at www.science3point0.com/bloginaukowe. Mark Hahnel, the admin of S3.0 portal, created the site, graphics, layout etc., while I’ve contributed the list of blogs and some translations to Polish. It’s the third language version of science blogs aggregator (after English and German ones). I’m very happy I could help, because I really liked the Mark’s…