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The shame of blog-neglect-guilt

By Apr.04, 2013

I am attending the excellent Tyndall PhD Conference in Cardiff.

Here is the proof:

tyndall mug

I am the proud owner of a Tyndall Centre Climate Transitions: Connecting People, Planet and Places – 3rd – 5th April 2013 mug.  And a Welsh cake.

Well, I was the proud owner of a Welsh cake.

It’s been a great conference so far and an excellent opportunity to meet other PhD researchers and learn about their research.  As a PhD’er it’s rare to be in a gang.  I wonder what the term for a gathering of PhD students is.  A ‘quandry’ perhaps? Or a ‘confusion’?  (Suggestions gratefully received)

Anyway, on the menu today was Dr Warren Pearce talking about Science Communication and when he mentioned blogging I had a vague recollection of having one.  Shamefully it took me a while to find my blog (I can’t remember when it moved) and I’m even more ashamed of my crime of blog-neglect.

So here it is, a promise resolution plan to try to be a better, more regular blogger.  This is not a great challenge as I’ve been so dreadful at it in the past…but I shall try to be interesting thought-provoking relevant consistent.

What have you done today to make you feel proud?

One thought on “The shame of blog-neglect-guilt

  1. Warren Pearce

    6 years ago  

    Hurray, good move to commit yourself ‘in public’. If nothing else, treat it as a way of keeping your eye in as a writer. Hope yesterday was useful and you get something in for the competition…

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