Tomorrow is the the Gender and Race in Science Blogging panel at the NC Science Blogging conference, and you can watch and participate from the comfort of your own home.
From the conference wiki:
Note that the time is 11am Eastern, which means 8am for those of us on the west coast.
This session will be broadcast LIVE on Saturday January 19 at 11am on Ustream.tv. Please tune in and participate online. Please note that you DO NOT have to register on Ustream to post comments. We look forward to hearing from you and reading your questions. Use the link above or copy and paste the address (http://ustream.tv/channel/gender-and-race-in-science-blogging into your browser.
Or, if you don't want to follow the link, I've embedded the live stream and chat client below:
ETA: The session is over, so I've removed the embedded video. The discussion, or what I could hear of it anyway, was very interesting.
- Christina's LIS Rant live blogged (or immediately-after-it-was-over blogged) the discussion topics.
- Pat at Fairer Science says "Bloggers are even better in person"
- ScienceWoman has photos of Minnow at the Science Blogging Conference posing with the rest of the Gender and Race in Science Blogging Panel
- Ivan Oransky at The Scientist follows up the discussing with "Do women blog about science?"
- Zuska sums up "What We Talked About at the NC Science Blogging Conference"
- Laura's Psychology Blog talks about Women and science blogs . . .
- Watch a video interview with Ann Marie and Talia Page from Science Friday Bloggers about science blogging
- Couternix rounds up posts relating the conference and all the sessions
I'll add more links as I find them.
Coturnix has posted more on how you can participate in the other conference sessions as well.
Tags: women in science, NC Science Blogging Conference