The son of the bride of the “Who are you?” thread

By Ed Yong | June 15, 2011 12:58 pm

Three years ago, I started a thread asking readers to identify themselves, say something about their background, and tell me a bit about why they were reading this blog. These threads have become a bit of a yearly tradition and I find myself increasingly looking forward to them. I spend the whole year telling stories so it’s great to hear everyone else’s for a change, especially given the diversity that typically crops up.

So without further ado, let’s go again.

Tell me who you are, what your background is and what you do. What’s your interest in science and your involvement with it? How did you come to this blog, how long have you been reading, what do you think about it, and how could it be improved?

These questions are a rough guide. I’m working on the basis that what you have to say will be far more interesting than what I think you might say. Say as little or as much as you like, but do say something, even if you’ve never commented before and even if you commented on the previous ones.

Go.

(Photo by Marco Bellucci)

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