Science Online: As Science Bloggers, Who Are We Really Writing For?

Emily Anthes from the Public Library of Science blog network came back from the ScienceOnline 2011 conference thinking about the audience and purpose of blogging about science:

“I couldn’t help but wondering whether we sometimes get trapped in an echo chamber. There was much discussion of whether online science writing presented new and “better” opportunities for dialogue than old media.”

“How much influence do you think we have on the public understanding of and enthusiasm for science? Should that even be our goal?”

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