Aaron Sterling recently had an AWESOME guest post about Cheminformatics. That got such a great response that he has started his own blog Nanoexplanations. It shot to the TOP of our blogroll because we list thing alphabetically by first name. Kudos to Aaron's parents for seeing this day and naming him appropriately.
What will it be about?
His guest post was on chemo-computing. More generally Aaron has been
looking at nonstandard applications of theoretical computer
science. That will be his topic.
A good blog should fill a need that is not being filled.
His seems to be in that category--- I do not know of any
blog covering non-standard applications. Not surprising-
they are nonstandard! Is his goal to make these topics standard?
At that point will he cease blogging? Only time will tell.
2009 Year in Review
post we noted that in 2009 we had annouced and added to our blogroll FIVE new blogs.
2010 Year in Review
post we noted that in 2010 we had annouced and added to our blogroll NO new blogs.
So blogging seemed to be in decline (granted this is a very small sample in a very small corner
of the blogsphere). What is the trend? It is trendy to say that blogging is just so 2009 and
that tweeting is the future, at least for the next 10 minutes.
But to make predictions based on such little evidence is just so