Who are you?

Who are you? July 15, 2010

Well, Pleiotropy’s done it, so now it’s my turn. Yes, the “Who are you” blogging meme hits Epiphenom!

It’s simple. I’d like to find out a little bit about you, dear reader. Just write something about yourself in the comments – who you are, where you live, what interests you, how you’ve come to be the person you are. That sort of thing. If you’re reading this somewhere other than FieldofScience then you need to travel here to add comments where I’ll see them!

Take the survey!

I’ve also made a survey – a very quick one, just seven multi-choice questions. I’ll post the results up here next week. Go on, do it!

Click here to take survey

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

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