Fantastic research blog


6 Responses to “Fantastic research blog”

  1. Jeff says:

    For those who haven’t read Stephenson’s Baroque, it’s a bit of work but really great. The details are wonderful. The blog looks like a very nice node in the infosphere.

  2. Mojave says:

    I’m doing research on becoming a researcher, so needless to say this aweseome BLOG just blows me out of the water!! I feel like my life has just taken an amazing turn for the better. Thank you BoingBoing!! Look for my research soon…I might start a blog or something for it.

  3. Kit10inDublin says:

    Fantastic site and a clever way to begin the blog. is one of fav sites too.

  4. byronba says:

    Thanks Cory!

    Great site. This one’s going in my bookmarks as I’ve already found two of her posts to be of great value.

  5. yannish says:

    I’m in the middle of my own research, and this piqued my interest as far as pro tips and ideas I could use on making tedious research easier/better/faster/more fun.

    don’t get me wrong, the site looks to be off to a great start, but it’s less than a week old with few entries. IMHO it needs a little meat on its bones before a huge unveil. That being said, I booked marked it anyway as it looks promising for the future. Good Luck.

  6. travelina says:

    I’m happy to know about this blog and looking forward to more posts from Lisa Gold. I’m an editorial researcher too, and my favorite work-related Samuel Johnson quote, which is taped on my bookshelf, reads:
    “There is nothing, Sir, too little for so little a creature as man. It is by studying little things that we attain the great art of having as little misery and as much happiness as possible.”
    –Boswell’s Life of Johnson, p. 502:

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