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Getting Noticed in the Crowded Blogosphere

There is no day on the calendar six months or a year away, when you can say, ?OK, I‘m done promoting now, and I can stop.? Promotion needs to be a significant part of the ongoing work of maintaining your blog. If I?ve learned one thing in my years working with creative people of all kinds, the vast majority of them want to devote their time to their chosen field…

Physics Goes to Hollywood

What do films like Independence Day, Armageddon and X-Men have in common? The answer is that apart from costing millions of dollars to make, they all feature in a new course called Physics in Films that is being taught to students at the University of Central Florida. Costas Efthimiou, the mathematical physicist who teaches the course, believes that non-science students learn more about the fundamentals of physics by studying films…

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Crunch Time: Seton Hill Blogs Bursting at the Seams

Crunch Time: Seton Hill Blogs Bursting at the Seams Blogalicious… bloginator… “blog rally“… my students have been fiercely you-know-whatting, in order to fulfill the broad, very general requirements of their blogging portfolios. These range from the typical “write a blog responding to book X” or “blog about classroom activity Y,” to “disagree politely with one of your peers” to “write a blog entry that sparks a discussion on your blog”.…