So here I am, expanding my on-line presence, discovering the joys of blogging and RSS feeds and hoping to find out how to use my twitter account more efficiently. Seems to be a lot of things out there to play with, and most of it for free, which is always nice. Have signed up for ResearcherID, which definitely seems to be a good idea in terms of making sure people know who you are, and also Flavors.me as it seems a sensible way of bringing together all my (relevant!) on-line homes… more to follow for sure!
- RT @Protohedgehog: Hey London peeps! Last call for the next #ukscitweetup date doodle.com/ns2fgz499ypwp2… We'll be heading out for wine samplin… 4 years ago
- Still space avail on our #phd Blogs, Twitter, wikis #research20 course Mon 31/3. Further info www3.imperial.ac.uk/graduateschool… #postdoc also welcome! 4 years ago
- RT @ChrisBanks: great new home page for @imperialcollege #oa #repository. See the top downloads by faculty or upload new stuff https://t.co… 4 years ago
- RT @LSEImpactBlog: Twitter and traditional bibliometrics are separate but complementary aspects of research impact bit.ly/1fKrphC 4 years ago
- RT @DrHammersley: IEEE journal paper template with bibtex example files included: writelatex.com/read/hjbyjvncd… 4 years ago
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