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The Sciences

Liking These New Digs

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJanuary 17, 2006 7:33 AM

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Well, I've been here at ScienceBlogs.com for a few days now, and would like to reflect a bit on the experience. Overall, I must say, I'm overwhelmingly pleased. I'm a technical moron and my old blog was held together with spitballs and sealing wax. It had big technical difficulties. By contrast, writing here has been very smooth, and it has been much easier to engage back-and-forth with commenters. The discussions following my posts have generally been much better as a result. (The fact that more people are reading and commenting now than before certainly doesn't hurt either.) I also dig the homepage--it makes it much easier for me to read my fellow bloggers. It brings me into contact with stuff I wouldn't have seen otherwise.

Finally, I know there are plans to grow this site and add new features, but if there's one thing I think we need, it's someplace where a visitor to one blog will see a sampling of the latest posts from other ScienceBlogs.com writers. That would be seriously cool.

In the meantime, though, thanks to everyone for being part of this great blogging experiment.

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