Friday, February 26, 2010

From web to print

Open Laboratory 2009 - a juried anthology of the best of the science blogosphere from last year has appeared. Edited by scicurious, it's available here. I have a piece in it - a smoother version of this post on the use of helium to preserve documents. I'm fascinated with the interplay between web and print that ultimately produces this volume.

Want a copy? Order one -- or if you're feeling lucky, leave a comment before March 5th and I'll draw a winner at random. The rest of the pieces look great - on everything from the flu to charismatic megafauna (whales and chimps) to the statistics of human milk production.

5 comments:

  1. Statistics of human milk production?

    I'm feeling lucky --or curious!

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  2. Well, I'm in... I'll see if I'm lucky on March 5. If not, I'll order one! :)

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  3. Congratulations!

    It looks like an interesting means to harness both mediums to increase accessibility = +1 . I'm already wondering about those statistics . ..

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  4. kb - that piece is everything you think it could be and more!

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