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A reminder for the distracted October 5, 2009

Posted by dorigo in physics.

This blog is now inactive since April 15th, 2009, and although I will try to keep it active, by posting links every once in a while to my most relevant articles on the Scientific Blogging site which now hosts my main activities, you should update your bookmarks if you have not done so yet. I keep getting about 500 daily hits here, mostly from google searches of the few good posts among the thousand and more that I have put together in over three years of activity.

So please visit my other blog at Scientific Blogging! You will not be disappointed.



1. LED Lighting - October 24, 2009

Sorry to hear that, I enjoyed your blog

2. Peter Kaminsky - November 26, 2009

Good post! I am a college sophomore with a dual major in Physics and Mathematics @ University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. I am simply waiting for your comeback. By the way, i came across these excellent physics flash cards. Its also a great initiative by the FunnelBrain team. Amazing!!!

3. Luboš Motl - November 26, 2009

Only after I see these flash cards on a dead blog where such praises are surely not genuine, I can finally determine that the same comment on my blog wasn’t genuine, either. Too late, I already approved it as a marginal case.

dorigo - November 26, 2009

I could say the same of your comments Lubos! 😀

dorigo - November 26, 2009

And btw, this is not a dead blog… It still receives more daily hits than most particle physics blogs 😉


4. Luboš Motl - November 27, 2009

Michael Jackson also receives daily hits which doesn’t mean that he’s not dead. 😉

Well, if you said the same thing about my comment as I said about the spam comment, you would be wrong. Is that hard to see?

5. clarshire1 - January 13, 2010

This friend of mine is taking pictures of normal objects that look like letters and then making words out of it…check out his website… http://www.wordsaroundtown.com

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