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Announcing NetEcon 2015

I’ve posted before about the growing overlap in topics between the EC & Sigmetrics communities.  Increasingly, the conferences are having sessions on very similar topics, but looking at the topics with very different perspectives.  207 more words


When free speech conflicts with public health objectives: Yale ISP Conference

First Amendment jurisprudence frequently pits societal ideals against free speech. A recent conference at Yale Law School showed that this is no less the case when commercial free speech protections conflict with public health regulatory objectives. 1,042 more words


Witnessing Tip of the Day December 24

Zechariah 13:7d; “Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that is my fellow, saith the LORD of hosts: smite the shepherd, and the sheep shall be scattered: and I will turn mine hand upon the little ones.” 1,153 more words


Do you attend more or fewer talks in larger conferences?

In the last few months, the conferences I’ve attended have been on the extremes in terms of sizes.  A few small targeted workshops (like NEGT, which… 450 more words


Teaching and Communicating Science in a Digital Age (Conference)

December 15th-17th 2014 saw me at Charles Darwin House (London) for the Society of Experimental Biology’s Education and Public Affairs symposium Teaching and Communicating Science in a Digital Age… 272 more words


A report from SoCal NEGT

(I wrote this during the workshop a few weeks ago, and just realized that I never actually hit “publish.”  Better late then never, I guess!) 457 more words