Welcome, Wired visitors!

Hello there.

If you happened to find yourself clicking in from Wired, let me welcome you to my blog. There are some interesting things here (including slightly more technical versions of some pieces from io9, observations about the publishing industry, and lots and lots of updates about my new book. But if you’re looking for something a bit more specific:

  1. Go here to read endorsements and reviews of “The Universe in the Rearview Mirror,” including a very nice one from Sean Carroll, with whom I had my Wired dialogue.
  2. Go here to check out my io9 “Ask a Physicist” columns. They’re some of my better stuff on the web. Way better than the blog.
  3. Go here to follow me on facebook and find out about talks and the like.
  4. Go here if you’d like links, comments on physics, and occasional silly observations, limited to 140 characters.

And to my regular readers who’d like to know about what this Wired chat is all about. Sean and I had an exchange on what the public needs to know about science (if anything) and what obligations science popularizers (such as ourselves) have to the public. It was a lot of fun, and you should check it out.


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One Response to Welcome, Wired visitors!

  1. ken dultz says:

    just bought your new book, “the universe in the rearview mirror. it is great.
    would you sign the dust cover for me if I send it to you? Ken

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