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Rosetta Stones

Rosetta Stones

Adventures in the good science of rock-breaking.

SciAm Blogs Blows Out a Candle, Has Cake, and Invites You to the Party

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The Scientific American Blog Network turns 1 today!

Scicurious wrote a poem for the occasion.

Hard to believe we're so young, innit? We've got a long-established magazine behind us, and so many veteran science bloggers, that it feels longer, at least to me. And I can see this network celebrating many happy returns.

But we wouldn't be here if it weren't for you. Yes, you. So, in the grand tradition of Ed Yong's "Who Are You?" posts, we want to give you an opportunity to introduce yourselves. Registration is quick and easy, if you haven't done it already. Ready? Delurk!

1. Who are you? Have you got a background in science, do you enjoy it as a layperson, or did you have utterly no interest before stumbling in here?

2. How did you find Rosetta Stones? And do you just hang out here, or partake of the sciencey goodness on the rest of the network?

3. What's your favorite thing about geology?

4. What kind of rock/geologic feature would you be?

Have a bit o' fun with these questions, answer as many or as few as you like, and most importantly, grab some cake or other desired confection and celebrate with us!

Merci, my dear readers!

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.

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