You may have noticed that content on this site has been few and far between over the last few months. The main reason for this is that since March I’ve been a contributor for Forbes.com, covering the art and science beat. That’s very much what I wrote about on easternblot.net, so it’s been impossible to keep up with both. The good news, though, is that I’ve been writing a lot more!
If you’re subscribed to the monthly newsletter, you’ll have already seen that changed from “easternblot monthly picks” to “Eva’s monthly picks” to reflect the fact that my writing is now mostly appearing in places other than this site. I’m also in the process of changing the Facebook page from “easterblot” to “Eva Amsen” so that I can include my writing from Forbes.com and other publications, based on a quick consultation by poll.
But what does that mean for easternblot.net? Well, the site is still here, but as you may have guessed from the last few months, there won’t be much new content. When there is, that will still be included in the newsletter and on Facebook, but overall, most of the same content that used to be on easternblot.net is now in other places. And of course if you follow me on Twitter, you’ll have seen me link to more of my writing there as well.
So what have you missed? Here are a few things I wrote in the last few months that are very much in the spirit of easternblot.net, but just not on this website:
- How A Japanese Anime Boosted Donations To Animal Conservation
- Bacteria Become Art Tools In Annual Agar Art Competition
- These 3D Portraits Are Created From Strangers’ DNA
- From Sunday Funnies To Science Facts: Science And Data Comics Get The Message Across
- High School Students Do Better In Science, Math And English If They Also Take Music Lessons