A Hiatus of Sorts

There was a time when I aspired to post weekly, and then bi-weekly, maybe once a month, and now. . . very little.

That’s not to say I haven’t been busy.  I’ve moved a lot of content over to a research website at http://goring.org, with a nice picture of the Wicked Witch of the East (that ought to be properly credited, I’ll fix that. . . ).

I’ve also moved my social advocacy stuff to either Twitter, or institutionally within EarthCube, where I’m now a member of the Leadership Council & head of the Engagement Committee.

It all comes down to time.  I find that it takes me a lot of time to write a blog post, and my time seems to be stretched thinner than it was before.  Something needed to give, and, in the end it was either my sanity & work-life balance, or this blog (and a couple other things).

I stand by all my old posts, I think they’re all equally fantastic, but please check out my website for more current information on what I’m up to.  Thanks for stopping by.

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Assistant scientist in the Department of Geography at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Studying paleoecology and the challenges of large data synthesis.

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