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osmium
04-28-2010, 08:04 PM
Hey guys and gals of Bloggingheads,

I've been working on a new online project: a blog that has small, daily science lessons. The posts are mostly an image, with some accompanying text that I at least try to make optional.

It's called Clear Science (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/).

And the RSS feed is here (http://feeds.feedburner.com/ClearScience).

There have been runs about the periodic table (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/periodic_table), logarithms (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/logarithms), and magnetism (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/magnetism) so far. There are also old black and white pictures (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/black_and_white_science).

I've got about 700 subscribers now, from mildly hawking it. I am trying to take the hawking up a notch, so if you think of anyone who would be into this, please do let them know. Also, if you have ideas for hawking it, please also let me know.

I picture it being for adults who would like a little science, but the followers so far seem to be overwhelmingly teenagers. Which is cool.

Ok, sorry to bother. Thanks for reading. Hopefully I will watch diavlogs and comment more when the semester is over.

-osmium

AemJeff
04-28-2010, 08:13 PM
Hey guys and gals of Bloggingheads,

I've been working on a new online project: a blog that has small, daily science lessons. The posts are mostly an image, with some accompanying text that I at least try to make optional.

It's called Clear Science (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/).

And the RSS feed is here (http://feeds.feedburner.com/ClearScience).

There have been runs about the periodic table (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/periodic_table), logarithms (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/logarithms), and magnetism (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/magnetism) so far. There are also old black and white pictures (http://clearscience.tumblr.com/tagged/black_and_white_science).

I've got about 700 subscribers now, from mildly hawking it. I am trying to take the hawking up a notch, so if you think of anyone who would be into this, please do let them know. Also, if you have ideas for hawking it, please also let me know.

I picture it being for adults who would like a little science, but the followers so far seem to be overwhelmingly teenagers. Which is cool.

Ok, sorry to bother. Thanks for reading. Hopefully I will watch diavlogs and comment more when the semester is over.

-osmium

Ok, the ATP synthase animation takes me back to the Krebs Cycle and Bio 101. God I hated that class. Too bad we didn' have any visual aids one one-hundredth as cool as that.

What a great site, Oz.

SkepticDoc
04-29-2010, 07:51 AM
Good Job!

Starwatcher162536
05-08-2010, 01:04 AM
A post over fluid catalytic cracking or why the EPA reforumlated gasoline degrades so fast would be nice.

dameni
05-16-2010, 12:47 AM
Great Blog!

I"l pass it around.


Can we make a graph or a timeline showing the rate or frequency at which new elements appeared after the big bang?

Sperky
05-30-2010, 09:20 AM
nice idea