Relocation of some content to experimental blog
Being a scientist, I'm trying an experiment. I've moved some of my more personal and local-flavored posts to a new blog called Bull City Booster.
I don't want to dilute the science content here, but I also like to muse about things going on in my real-life community. Since Blogger doesn't easily support categories, I thought I'd take a lesson from one of my blogging mentors, Coturnix/Bora Zivkovic, and start another blog. Coturnix is host to the wildly-popular Science & Politics, a research-based scholarly blog on chronobiology, Circadiana, and the lower-traffic but very useful biology teaching blog, The Magic School Bus, among others. I barely have time to read all three, much less author them all in addition to his multitude of others.
I have nowhere near the breadth of knowledge of Bora, but after talking with some folks I figured that people like JM O'Donnell of Immunoblogging in New Zealand might not care much about my family's passion for Duke women's hoops and the surprise-a-day lacrosse scandal. Or, who knows, Joseph may actually be quite interested.
I know, I know, what the world needs now is another blog like I need a hole in my head (hat tip: Cracker). But for my homeboys and girls, mosey on over to Bull City Booster.
Regardless of your geographical location or interests, let me know, positive or negative, what you think of the experiment of separating content in this manner.
As Bartles and Jaymes used to say, "Thank you for your support."