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The Sciences

Does History of Science Blogging Have a Future?

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyFebruary 12, 2009 2:59 AM

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This is a post simply to ask for comment on my last three (here, here, here) as a kind of genre exercise. Each post has been about my new foray into studying the history of science here at Princeton and testing out what it's like to be a student again. (The most insane kind of culture shock, is the short answer.) Anyway, this is a very different kind of thing for the Intersection, although certainly not outside of its mandate. And so far, I like the response it has generally prompted. But I don't have to blog about the history of science for the next three to four months...it's just a possibility right now--an experiment. Should it continue?

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