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October 12, 2004

Brand New Blog

There have been a several quiet additions to the blogroll recently. Most notable is the brand new blog of Luboš Motl. Luboš is also a sometime-contributor to the String Coffee Table and the omipresent moderator of sci.physics.strings. Whether you agree or disagree with him, he’s always entertaining to read, so it’s great to see that he’s found yet another outlet for his thoughts.

Another blog of note is by Matthew Nobes, a lattice gauge theorist, who’s currently a postdoc at Cornell.

Seems like this physicist-blogger thing might be going somewhere…1

1 Though I should note that both are using non-equation-friendly bloghosting systems. We’ll see, over time, whether they find that limiting.

Posted by distler at October 12, 2004 4:31 PM

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Re: Brand New Blog

I hope to have news soon related with Physics, physicists and weblogging here in Spain… Just need some more time. ;-)

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