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New Physics Forum

Posted on: November 1, 2009


becky_nerdy1I got an email from Jeff asking me to promote his new physics forum.  It cracked me up because he called me an influential blogger.  Don’t influential bloggers get free t-shirts, or hot nerd chicks or something.  All I get is more papers to grade.  (As an odd side comment, and mind you, this was an after thought, I did a google search for “hot nerd chicks” and was quite surprised at the brilliance of my comment.  Who knew?)

I did say I would help him out and post a quick article and the link.

I think there is a place for his forum.  It’s actually what I wanted to do here along with this blog, but WordPress doesn’t make it easy and I need low maintenance to do this blog.

As of today there are only four questions, but I can see it growing quickly.

Jeff Hellman’s PhysExchange:  http://physicsteachers.stackexchange.com/

[1/20/12-I just clicked on the link and it appears to have either moved or died.  I was going to remove the post, but I don’t have the heart to remove the picture.]

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3 Responses to "New Physics Forum"

good style for making forum popular. i’ve visited your forum its informative.

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I thought this was spam at first, but it really is an appropriate link following my lead with the picture.

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