A little housekeeping

A little housekeeping February 25, 2010

I’m very happy to announce that Epiphenom has joined the ‘Field of Science’ blogger network. Edward Michaud, who runs the network, has been working hard behind the scenes to create the new look Epiphenom. What do you think? I love it!

You may notice there’s a new URL, but there’s no need to adjust your sets. All the old links will redirect here. And while you’re at it, check out the other network members listed across the top.

Research Blogging Awards 2010 FinalistIn other news, ResearchBlogging (the network of blogs dedicated to writing about peer-reviewed science) is handing out awards for the top blogs.

Epiphenom is short-listed in the “Best Blog – Social Sciences or Anthropology” category (right at the bottom of the list), which is pretty cool. Voting starts in about a week – but only registered Research Bloggers are eligible. No riff-raff allowed!

Creative Commons License This article by Tom Rees was first published on Epiphenom. It is licensed under Creative Commons.

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