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The Sciences

Live, Crowd Sourced Limerick on Science Communication (From Maine)

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyApril 14, 2011 11:21 PM


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Today, I'm in Orono, Maine, for the National Science Foundation's "Science: Becoming the Messenger" workshop. I'm demonstrating blogging before the group in plenary session, and as at the last workshop, we're live blogging a crowd-sourced limerick about the subject of science communication. I gave them the first line--"There once was a workshop in Maine"--and this is what they came up with:

There once was a workshop in Maine: The message delivered was plain. If you want to inform 'em And you don't want to bore 'em Use the triangle and get the right frame.

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