Where I’m writing when I’m not on this site:
Skepchick – (January 2012 – present) The Skepchick Network is a collection of smart and often sarcastic blogs focused on science and critical thinking. The original site is Skepchick.org, founded by Rebecca Watson in 2005 to discuss women’s issues from a skeptical standpoint.
Where I’ve written in the past:
- CosmoQuest Blog – (May 2012 – January 2015) CosmoQuest is a virtual research facility to do, to learn, and to collaborate on astronomy citizen science.
- CosmoQuest Educators’ Zone – (March 2013 – December 2014) The CosmoQuest Educator Zone is the place to find engaging and easy-to-use astronomy education resources.
- Discovery News: Space (via Wayback Machine) – (April 2010 – April 2014) News about space and astronomy, for Discovery Communications.
- School of Doubt (via Wayback Machine) – (March 2013 – April 2016) School of Doubt, a part of the Skepchick Network, dedicated to the discussion of skepticism and critical thinking in education.
- SheThought (via Wayback Machine) – (August 2010 – April 2011)
See also, a collection of my favorite, and your favorite, posts from the early days of this blog.
- Video Killed the Radio Sky – 5 January 2012
- Travelogues, South Africa – June to September 2011
- Skeptic Confessions – 28 December 2010
- AstroJargon Series
- Solar Dynamics Observatory Series – February 2010
- AAS Reports: The Allen Telescope Array – 20 January 2010
- Ruby Payne-Scott, pioneer of radio astronomy – 24 March 2009
- Radio Astronomy on the Moon – 23 July 2008