+How and why I use blogging  and twitter  for science    Lex Nederbragt                 @lexnederbragt                CEES...
+    This talk could change your life
+
+    Apologies to http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
+             What if    you could publish more often        get instant feedback       increase your network        build...
+      Let‟s get started                             How it started for me    http://www.schoox.com/blog/wp-content/upload...
+    I became good at something        newbler  454 data
+    I wanted to                my knowledge                  http://howdoitradestocks.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/shar...
+    I started a blog           http://fairfieldwriter.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/blogging2.jpg
+    What is a blog                      ?        personal, public journal             entries: „posts‟      reverse chron...
+      My blog at wordpress.com    contig.wordpress.com
+           It worked!    Four to six thousand visits         EACH MONTH
+    Comments
+    Referrals
+                            Praise           Thanks a lot for explaining         [a certain output file] content!        ...
+           Great, but so what?    Are you getting anything out of it?                http://www.betternotolder.com/42/gon...
+       The Internet    as a temple of knowledge
+         The Internet    Taking  Giving back
+    http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
+    Another blog                   flxlexblog.wordpress.com
+    Critical look at new data
+    Critical comments
+                          Praise        The blog of Lex Nederbragt is [...] very down to earth       and he knows a bluff...
+    http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
+    “You want to talk one on one?”                  Bloggers as ambassadors
+    Previewing new data
+                                   Blogging       Very good tool for sharing in science       Builds reputation       ...
+                            Blogging       Writing exercise       Journal club blog @ CEES?
+                             Blogging       Takes time       Shouldn‟t become the marketing department for a company
+       Science blogs    Describing new papers      Critical comments        Science news    Conference summaries         ...
+
+                What is                                                  ?       Short message service       140 charac...
+    Step 1 – get an account               NOT necessary!              Since June 2009,     @lexnederbragt is my twitter „...
+   Step 2 – find interesting people to follow                     I follow @KjetilLysneVoje and get                     t...
+    Step 3 – be followed                     @KjetilLysneVoje                     also follows me
+    Step 3 – be followed
+   Step 4 – start reading and posting tweets             Following helps filter all tweets
+             What to do with twitter    read content                                       Tweets often                  ...
+             What to do with twitter    write content                                       Links you insert             ...
+              What to do with twitter    redistribute content                           Post to your                     ...
+                What to do with twitter    communicate                            Message to me    Click here to answer
+             What to do with twitter    follow conferences                                       hashtag
+    What to do with twitter
+    What twitter is NOT          Facebook      lengthy discussions         for old news
+    Who is on twitter        News services
+    Who is on twitter       Science journals
+    What do you find on twitter             News – fast!
+    What do you find on twitter                    Lot’s of noise      http://longtail.typepad.com/the_long_tail/2005/05/...
+    What do you find on twitter               Science:             science news         new scientific articles          ...
+    What do you find on twitter
+    What do you find on twitter
+    What do you find on twitter
+    What do you find on twitter
+    What do you find on twitter
+    What do you find on twitter
+    What do you find on twitter
+       What do I find on twitter          finding out about new articles        finding out about new blog posts    follo...
+    By the way
+    Cool stuff that happened
+    Cool stuff that happened             @norseqcenter
+    Cool stuff that happened
+    Cool stuff that happened                        flxlexblog.wordpress.com
+    Cool stuff that happened
+    Cool stuff that happened
+
+    http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
+    Not so cool stuff that might happen              Over-following                Distracting                Addictive
+
+    Excuses for not sharing              Too busy          Need to publish     Don‟t get anything out of it
+    Science 2.0                  Share                    or                  Suffer
+    Science 2.0
+    Science 2.0
+                  Science 1.0       "Right now the time lag between                    finishing a paper    and the resea...
+      BUT, we need peer review!    http://genomicenterprise.com/blog/2010/09/03/peer-review-of-articles-in-science-politi...
+      Peer review will follow!    Need a redefinition of „Impact (factor)‟                      http://michelleaheath.com...
+    Science 2.0                  Share                    or                  Suffer
+                                Thank you    http://redcreekbaptistchurch.org/resources/Publish+or+Perish+Printing+Minist...
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A talk I gave for my colleagues on how and why I use blogging and twitter for science, trying to convince them to start doing the same. DO check out the presenter notes! (see tab 'notes')

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  1. 1. +How and why I use blogging and twitter for science Lex Nederbragt @lexnederbragt CEES Late Lunch Talk, Monday May 7th
  2. 2. + This talk could change your life
  3. 3. +
  4. 4. + Apologies to http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
  5. 5. + What if you could publish more often get instant feedback increase your network build your reputation
  6. 6. + Let‟s get started How it started for me http://www.schoox.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/start.png
  7. 7. + I became good at something newbler  454 data
  8. 8. + I wanted to my knowledge http://howdoitradestocks.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/share-ideas1.jpg
  9. 9. + I started a blog http://fairfieldwriter.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/blogging2.jpg
  10. 10. + What is a blog ? personal, public journal entries: „posts‟ reverse chronological order single individual or small group single subject Based on the wikipedia definition
  11. 11. + My blog at wordpress.com contig.wordpress.com
  12. 12. + It worked! Four to six thousand visits EACH MONTH
  13. 13. + Comments
  14. 14. + Referrals
  15. 15. + Praise Thanks a lot for explaining [a certain output file] content! It really helps me Thanks for the post, this blog is a great Newbler resource! Can I contribute with some money?
  16. 16. + Great, but so what? Are you getting anything out of it? http://www.betternotolder.com/42/gonna-do/so-what-pic/
  17. 17. + The Internet as a temple of knowledge
  18. 18. + The Internet Taking  Giving back
  19. 19. + http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
  20. 20. + Another blog flxlexblog.wordpress.com
  21. 21. + Critical look at new data
  22. 22. + Critical comments
  23. 23. + Praise The blog of Lex Nederbragt is [...] very down to earth and he knows a bluff when he sees it ... and is not afraid http://mira-assembler.sourceforge.net to call it (be it from IonTorrent, PacBio or 454). By Bastien Chevreux The analysis he did on a couple of Ion data sets have saved me quite some time http://mira-assembler.sourceforge.net/docs/DefinitiveGuideToMIRA.html
  24. 24. + http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
  25. 25. + “You want to talk one on one?” Bloggers as ambassadors
  26. 26. + Previewing new data
  27. 27. + Blogging  Very good tool for sharing in science  Builds reputation  Increases your network  Allows you to PUBLISH small findings  that would never have made it into a full paper  or would have been outdated once the paper came out
  28. 28. + Blogging  Writing exercise  Journal club blog @ CEES?
  29. 29. + Blogging  Takes time  Shouldn‟t become the marketing department for a company
  30. 30. + Science blogs Describing new papers Critical comments Science news Conference summaries Fun facts Etc. etc…
  31. 31. +
  32. 32. + What is ?  Short message service  140 characters  Tweets and tweeting  „open access‟  Follow people‟s tweets - timeline Credit due: http://www.slideshare.net/kbradnam/twitter-101-an-introduction-to-twitter#
  33. 33. + Step 1 – get an account NOT necessary! Since June 2009, @lexnederbragt is my twitter „handle‟
  34. 34. + Step 2 – find interesting people to follow I follow @KjetilLysneVoje and get to see his tweets in my timeline
  35. 35. + Step 3 – be followed @KjetilLysneVoje also follows me
  36. 36. + Step 3 – be followed
  37. 37. + Step 4 – start reading and posting tweets Following helps filter all tweets
  38. 38. + What to do with twitter read content Tweets often contain links
  39. 39. + What to do with twitter write content Links you insert are automatically shortened
  40. 40. + What to do with twitter redistribute content Post to your timeline
  41. 41. + What to do with twitter communicate Message to me Click here to answer
  42. 42. + What to do with twitter follow conferences hashtag
  43. 43. + What to do with twitter
  44. 44. + What twitter is NOT Facebook lengthy discussions for old news
  45. 45. + Who is on twitter News services
  46. 46. + Who is on twitter Science journals
  47. 47. + What do you find on twitter News – fast!
  48. 48. + What do you find on twitter Lot’s of noise http://longtail.typepad.com/the_long_tail/2005/05/isnt_the_long_t.html
  49. 49. + What do you find on twitter Science: science news new scientific articles new blog posts conference tweeting
  50. 50. + What do you find on twitter
  51. 51. + What do you find on twitter
  52. 52. + What do you find on twitter
  53. 53. + What do you find on twitter
  54. 54. + What do you find on twitter
  55. 55. + What do you find on twitter
  56. 56. + What do you find on twitter
  57. 57. + What do I find on twitter finding out about new articles finding out about new blog posts following a conference without being there news items relevant for my research networking announcing new blog posts
  58. 58. + By the way
  59. 59. + Cool stuff that happened
  60. 60. + Cool stuff that happened @norseqcenter
  61. 61. + Cool stuff that happened
  62. 62. + Cool stuff that happened flxlexblog.wordpress.com
  63. 63. + Cool stuff that happened
  64. 64. + Cool stuff that happened
  65. 65. +
  66. 66. + http://garybizzo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/character1.jpg
  67. 67. + Not so cool stuff that might happen Over-following Distracting Addictive
  68. 68. +
  69. 69. + Excuses for not sharing Too busy Need to publish Don‟t get anything out of it
  70. 70. + Science 2.0 Share or Suffer
  71. 71. + Science 2.0
  72. 72. + Science 2.0
  73. 73. + Science 1.0 "Right now the time lag between finishing a paper and the research community seeing it is between 6 months and 2 years." http://techcrunch.com/2012/02/05/the-future-of-peer-review/
  74. 74. + BUT, we need peer review! http://genomicenterprise.com/blog/2010/09/03/peer-review-of-articles-in-science-politically-correct/
  75. 75. + Peer review will follow! Need a redefinition of „Impact (factor)‟ http://michelleaheath.com/2009/02/pie-and-the-secret-of-sharing/
  76. 76. + Science 2.0 Share or Suffer
  77. 77. + Thank you http://redcreekbaptistchurch.org/resources/Publish+or+Perish+Printing+Ministry+Missionary+Card.jpg

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