I got an email from the successor to EatonWeb, asking me to reregister my blog in the new version of their portal. See,
the EatonWeb Portal used to be the place to find blogs about whatever topic you were interested in, and now they’re gone, but a new site, BlogFlux, has sort of inherited the site but is starting over to weed out all the spam. I re-registered Jill/txt of course, though it’s not been approved yet, and I noticed they already have a lot of blogs in the “academic” section. Not all of them look as though they have much to do with academia, but if you’re in the mood for a browse, it might be a good place to start.

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