Neuroskeptic Is Moving

By Neuroskeptic | February 9, 2013 9:30 am

Over the next few days, Neuroskeptic will be moving to Discover Magazine. Which is very exciting.

This will mean no new posts for at least a week, while we sort out the technical issues of the transition, and I’ve also turned comments off – all existing comments will be moved over to the new blog, however.

For more updates you can follow me on Twitter

See you on the other side soon!

CATEGORIZED UNDER: blogging, links, media
  • http://neurobonkers.com Neurobonkers

    Congratulations on the move, very well deserved!

  • DS

    Is this thing on?

  • http://www.facebook.com/sandygautam Sandeep Gautam

    congrats ! looking forward to same level of healthy skepticism.

  • Neuroskeptic

    Hello! Looks like this is working…

  • http://www.facebook.com/rowyerboats Douglas Duncan

    Hey Neuro,

    Douglas L. Duncan, from Royston, Georgia here.

    I’m a retired ‘graphics’ Printing Industry professional.

    I read Your story on the Discover Magazine site, regarding Lenin’s Stoney Brain, and liked it.

    However, I noticed the ‘Graphic’ wouldn’t have passed my desk, back when I was still working, so I knocked out a similar one, just to show You what this ‘Old Codger’ can still do.

    It’s posted in ‘The Philosophy Den’ group on Facebook, with a link back to Your article.

    If Ya ever want me to render a few headers for Ya… I work for ‘cigarettes’ (one carton of Pall Mall menthol per job).

    Sound pretty good to Ya? LOL

    Oh by the way… Your more than welcome to join the Philosophy Den, if You use Facebook. Just email me, and I’ll add You to the group. It’s right up Your alley.

    Take Care,
    Doug
    rowyerboat@hughes.net

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Neuroskeptic is a British neuroscientist who takes a skeptical look at his own field, and beyond. His blog offers a look at the latest developments in neuroscience, psychiatry and psychology through a critical lens.

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