Making ScholarWriter portable and researcher-friendly During the last few months, I have been packaging ScholarWriter into a portable version that… Read more Introducing ScholarWriter
Oh, how so often we complain about the lack of leadership. Our politicos are no good. Our team loses. Our boss is awful.
Is the world going to wrack and ruin? What is happening? Could it be something simple and under our control? Under your control and under mine?
Which way will sterling move? Today I asked a client: shall we pay this bill in USD today? Or should… Read more A big research question?
Image via Wikipedia Following the flying pigs I had a follow-up to my post on Managing in Africa. My curiosity… Read more Flying pigs: social media is really showing up old media
This is a long story and a tame story in many respects, read on . . . I am a… Read more For people who don’t get Twitter, Facebook, etc. Nice story ~ other people can read it too
Parallel Session II: Making science public: data-sharing, dissemination and public engagement with science Panellists: Ben Goldacre, Open blog Cameron Neylon,… Read more Scientists ARE using social media
It’s a good thing they don’t know Today I had glass of warm water and a few drops of lemon… Read more Ignorance is bliss but please don’t charge me for your services!
Ned’s challenge Ned has solved my dilemma about what to write about this weekend. Commenting on my post on Hope,… Read more Psychologists, 2009 AD, recessions, life
Breakthrough work on happiness Happy networks The blogosphere this week has been awash with comments on the article on happiness… Read more Happiness and research: looking for a research buddy
Image by M@rg via Flickr Critical thinking must be rigorous. Otherwise it is just negative I set up a comprehensive… Read more 5 important features of happiness