Here is around 80 minutes of video I shot at the 2008 North Carolina Science Blogging Conference. This session’s full title is Open Science: how the Web is changing the way science is done, written and published. The discussion leader was Dr.Hemai Parthasarathy (former editor at Nature and PLoS). Because of length and file size I split it up into four parts. Enjoy and please share on your site. You can get the embed code on the blip.tv video pages linked to bellow. I’m working on video for the Blogging public health/medicine session.
NCSBC 2008: Open Science Session
Part 1 of 4
Part 2 of 4
Part 3 of 4
Part 4 of 4
This is the opening ceremony of the 2008 NC Science Blogging Conference. I’m working on two other sessions I recorded. A total of three hours of video content.
Registration for the second North Carolina Science Blogging Conference is open! Its Saturday, January 19, 2008 at the Sigma Xi Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
I went last year and helped out a bit. (I designed the logo for one) It was fun even for a non-scientist like myself. I really dug it because its a good sized home grown blogging event. Even though its a NC event people from ALL OVER the world attend. If you publish in scientific journals you need to be at this event. Check out the program to get the details. Also read what other bloggers and media had to say about last years event.
Big props to Anton and Bora of BlogTogether for working so hard to make this happen. 🙂
Coturnix aka Bora has a email interview up on his blog, A Blog Around the Clock, with Sen. Edwards. Nice to see a presidential candidate talking science. Comments from the rest of us about the interview are here.