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16 March 2008

I get around

Rather gratifyingly, a post I made over at Nature Network (yes, that Nature) garnered more than a few comments from the editorial staff (among others) and made it onto Maxine Clarke’s ‘official’ Nature weblog.

Even more ego-strokingly, I appear, directly or indirectly, three times in that one post.

Fame! We’re going to live forever!

Um, nearly got carried away, there. Sorry.

Filed under: meta,random bloggy stuff,shameless self promotion — rpg @ 16:07


  1. You’re welcome ;-)
    I am thinking of making a regular Friday (i.e. weekend) feature on Nautilus of a Nature Network round-up, as there is so much going on there now…..

    Comment by Maxine — 17 March 2008 @ 22:48

  2. Hi Maxine,

    That would be fantastic. I can’t keep up with everything anymore, and there are some good blogs going on.

    Comment by rpg — 17 March 2008 @ 22:52

  3. All this blogging by rpg is truly bewildering. I can’t keep up. Well done sir!

    Comment by Ricardipus — 30 March 2008 @ 5:59

  4. I’m not wasting time clogging up Flickr with Photoshopped fractals…

    Comment by rpg — 30 March 2008 @ 14:46

  5. That is possibly a very good point. It would be a better point if it were recursive, gettting smaller and smaller and smaller and…

    Comment by Ricardipus — 31 March 2008 @ 1:17

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