Monday, April 23, 2007

Chemistry blogs

Damn, there are some good chemistry blogs out there! I have just started looking, and I have found several that I already dig considerably. Almost all my work in grad school and now, in real life, has been on carbon-based electronics. So I really like this one.


At Monday, April 23, 2007, Blogger Ψ*Ψ said...

HI! I'm actually in the group where you survived grad school. Nice to put a face to the name!

At Tuesday, April 24, 2007, Blogger David Eaton said...

So, I'm sorta preaching to family, then.

Sounds like you are doing some really cool stuff. I wish my corporate overlords would let me blab more about what I am doing, then maybe I could put more science-y science on the blog. And maybe I'd be inclined to keep up with it more. I am a big fan of what you and Excimer are doing on the blog.

Keep after the chemistry. I'm here to tell you, it just gets to be more and more fun. It takes some looking around to find a place with the right pressure/freedom ratio, but when you do, it's great.

At Thursday, April 26, 2007, Anonymous Reluctant Chemist said...

Hi! I liked your post over at CBC, in response to April-induced depression. Oddly enough, your attitude about the whole thing is reflective of my own. I love my job, and am pretty content with my place in the hierarchy. Occasionally, I wonder if I should be aiming to be the overachieving-scientist type. It's nice to know that there are other happy scientists out there.

At Friday, April 27, 2007, Blogger David Eaton said...


Thanks. I took a peek at your blog, too, and it's clear you have little to worry about. You can contribute, and you like what you do. Match made in heaven, as I see it.

No need to worry about not being single-minded and driven to be recognized as 'the greatest chemist evah'. Nor any sense in worrying about the fact that you don't, in fact, worry about it. There is a sort of pseudo-monasticism that academics preach, expecting that you will sacrifice all on the altar of your science. Well, bullshit.

I'm sure it's magical, being the smartest and winning Nobel prizes, but I am not ever going to know, and I'm not going to waste time worrying about it when I could be doing fun stuff and making a contribution.

My molecules help create jobs, and keep me off the streets. That's plenty prize for me.

We need a happy scientist flag, I think. A smily face with a benzene ring on its forehead, maybe.

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