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March 9, 2008

This blog is dedicated to the women of the planetary science community. To suggest a link, resource, or guest post, please leave a comment below. (The software will require you to leave a name, but you may certainly leave only a first name or a pseudonym if you wish.)

The suggestions from Tuesday morning’s meeting are currently being added, so please be patient!

(If you can’t be patient? Volunteer to write a guest post for this blog! Simply send a note from your preferred email account and let us know what you’d like to write about, and how often, and we’ll add you to the roll of contributors!)

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Susan K permalink
    March 14, 2008 12:00 pm

    OK, hate to nit-pick here, but you hit my pet peeve.

    Earth and Sun, when referring to OURS, are capitalized! As is the Earth’s Moon (which you didn’t use in your definition of planetary science). And actually, Solar System (again, ours) often is too, but that doesn’t bend me out of shape so much!

    Anyway, this is COOL and I will be checking back.

  2. susanniebur permalink*
    March 11, 2008 3:00 pm

    Thanks, Jen. I fixed the links and added them to the Blogroll, linked at the top of the page.

    To all — The other pages are largely blank … but will be populated with at least initial text this week. Want to take charge of an area, or recommend other resources? Comment here or email one of the blog authors to add links and text!

  3. jen permalink
    March 11, 2008 2:42 pm

    Don’t know if anyone will see a comment yet🙂, but I thought I might add a couple links to blogs by women in other sciences… (and there are tons more, I’m sure).

    Science Woman
    Female Science Professor

    We all have the same issues, I think, and it’s interesting to see how others deal with them.

  4. jen permalink
    March 11, 2008 2:45 pm

    (Darn it, I broke my own xhtml – there’s no preview or edit comment options)

    “FemaleScienceProfessor” is the one linked above to my needless comment about more information.

    The other was

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