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"North Carolina Science Blogging Conference

Dave, Dec 14, 2007 13:50:44 GMT

This is an event that I can enthusiastically recommend. Their first one, 2007, was held on a cold day on the campus of the University of North Carolina. The energy made the air hum as scientist, science educators, and science journalists gathered to talk, share, and learn about blogging and other collaborative tools for doing and talking science. You can see a slide show of the sciencebloggingconference tagged photos at flicker here.

This year’s conference will be held on January 19, 2008 at the Sigma Xi Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The conference site is maintained on a wiki, and the program was established, in large part, by a collaborative effort of attendees. Most sessions will be unconference in style, meaning that we’ll be learning from each other.

Most of the folks at the conference will be from across North Carolina, but people have registered from as far away as California, Montreal, the UK, Sweden and Serbia. There will be gallons of coffee, hundreds of Locopops popsicles, tons of Bullocks barbecue and more, including vegetarian options, to feed us all.

To learn more, go to the conference web site and go here to register.

Hope to see you in January!"

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