Every New Year’s Eve I do a review of my favorite blog posts from the past year. And normally I have too many good physics posts to make a top 10 list like so many other sites seem to do. But not this year. It’s been a pretty quiet year for blogging, especially for physics blogging (unless you count that one really big blog post they call a dissertation).
Therefore, New Year’s resolution #1: write more blog posts about interesting physics. This is one I actually think I can keep.
For now, here is a short list of my favorites out of the 32 blog posts I wrote this year.
- What’s in a proton?, the first in a series explaining my research (and the rest of the series is still to come)
- Science Online for the online
- The future of science online without Science Online
- On compiler warnings (and off them, too)
- Introducing pwait