Category Love for Terra Sig readers

Terra Sigillata finds the right chemistry at CENtral Science

Update your bookmarks and RSS feeds Come to our new home at CENtral Science: Well, as I’ve been alluding to, I’ve decided to leave this state of indie blog purgatory and join CENtral Science, the blog platform of the American Chemical Society’s Chemical and Engineering News. C&EN is a weekly publication of the American […]


Warning: rare self-indulgent post. Blogging has been and will be light over the next few days while we are packing up things around here to move to our next, more permanent home. In the meantime, you may have noticed here and on Twitter that part of my big news is that I will begin writing […]

It’s time to move on, time to get goin’

What lies ahead, I have no way of knowing. But under my feet, grass is growin’.
It’s time to move on, it’s time to get goin’.

Thanks a million!

In the midst of all of the PepsiCo #SbFAIL events of the week (here and here are my two contributions), I totally missed checking in on my blog traffic statistics this week. But every Saturday morning I get my weekly e-mail report from SiteMeter, the service I use to track how y’all get to the […]

Who are you and why are you here?

If a lemming jumps off a cliff. . .
(yes, yes, I know – they were pushed)

Do off-topic posts put you off?

It’s my blog and I’ll cry if I want to.

What does it take to knock off K2 Spice readership?

Interest in Henrietta Lacks overtakes the stoners and the erectile-challenged.

Acknowledging chronic illness

Raising awareness of National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week.

This is why I blog: from rock bottom to top tier

A dear commenter, formerly an addict and homeless, updates us on her quest to get into a PhD program and expresses gratitude to the 60 or so readers who gave her invaluable advice and counsel.

Learning about the readership – keep ‘em coming

Many, many thanks to those who are coming by to share their backgrounds and reasons for reading on the occasion of our 4th anniversary. The very happy surprise is just how many folks are *not* scientists but rather from other fields and simply interested in learning about current science. We love you and welcome you.


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