— Melissa Blouin (@FlaScigal) January 31, 2013
And Laura Wheeler writes:
— Laura Wheeler (@laurawheelers) January 31, 2013
And Dirk Hanson writes:
— Dirk Hanson (@Dirk57) January 31, 2013
Okay Twitter, okay #scio13 … message received. Today has been one of those days where I thrash at my thesis-related tasks. In the spirit of being productive while procrastinating and with the added dash of Scio13-reflected glow, I am now guiltily sitting before the 4 month long vacuum in my blog logs, metaphorical pen in hand.
Melissa Blouin; this lacklustre post about blogging is me easing back in. Laura Wheeler and DoctorZen; I’m going to blog every Monday evening. They may be short … or I may find my Tuesday routine suddenly aline with the coffee machine. If they are short, lacking originality, or full of unanswered questions, I will take it as a learning experience instead of shyly hiding them in the dusty corners of my Documents folder. If I can’t find inspiration for text, Dirk Hanson, Bora; I’ll draw one of my neglected “Science Dailies” (perhaps that’s in need of rebranding), post a video or a photo.
Now that I’ve told the internet, there’s no turning back.