It’s time for some linking extravaganza. I was reading an article in an airplane magazine that says that blogs that redirect people to stuff they might want to read get more readers and a bigger following. The article suggested 3 external links per post and there was something else about optimizing google searches with people linking back, etc, etc. In the interest of science, I will do just that and watch the results. If they are interesting I might report on them.
Otherwise, it is a conspiracy to get more traffic to this site… Hmm. I think this is too obvious for that. Call it shameless self-servitude and we might be closer to the right description.
Also, Chad Orzel has had some nice posts on morality and the Many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. See here and if you want to see me put my foot in my mouth, go read here where Moshe very kindly corrects me. In any case, just for the record, the many worlds interpretation that is used in quasi science fiction does not usually take into account any probability measure.
You might also want to try a blog personality test ( as suggested in Asymptotia).
Also, if you like academic travel stories, check this site where John tells us about his travels.
Sabine also has a fun letter sent to perimeter.
Remember, this public service of linking is liked by google. They are the de-facto search engine on the internet.
Now lets turn this baby on and see how many hits we get…
PS. Tell us your opinion on these experiments.