Tag: blogging

Bug Girl Explains it all for you

I was away last week having an awesome time at a conference last week–saw some amazing birds, some marine mammals, had a hellish but cool boat ride, and got to talk to a lot of […]

Tell me what you want

I got the official notification of my time in the Social Media Symposium for the Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting. The official symposium: Speak Out – Interaction and Education in a Brave New World of […]

Circus of the Spineless #60!

It’s the first Monday of March! Spring is in the air! In fact, 2 weeks from now is the official end of winter and beginning of Spring.  (For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, […]

An Inordinate Fondness #12

I’m trying (trying!) to do more blogging, and what better way than to host a blog carnival?  So welcome to the 12th edition of An Inordinate Fondness, the monthly blog carnival devoted to beetles.  In […]

Whither Goest the Bug Blog?

This will be a rather personal and introspective (i.e., navels gazed at) post, so if that isn’t your thing, just click away. You might have noticed I haven’t been writing much lately. There’s a lot […]

Moving: completed?

I have officially sold my house, and have moved into an apartment about 1 mile from where I’m working. So, no more cross-state commuting! Yay! Of course, I can’t find anything, I’m grieving for my […]

W00t of the week: an interview!

Yep, it’s apparently “Interview Bug Girl on the Interwebs” month.  I’m this week’s featured blog at the Nature Blog Network. Squee! In other news: Good news: we found our water well! Bad news: it’s not […]

Anonymity, revisited

My post on blogging anonymously was surprisingly popular, so I thought I would mention this news tidbit: A British policeman was recently outed as the author of the blog Night Jack, a 2009 Orwell Prize […]

Pseudonyms and anonymity

MGK recently was musing about the case of an anonymous blogger publicly “outed” by another; “Pseudonymity is great. Blevins explains most of the cogent reasons why he blogged anonymously (not wanting to frighten students, not […]