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Interviews with seven of the most popular science bloggers revealed them to be driven by intrinsic personal motivations. Wishing to pursue their love of writing and share their passion for science, they produce content suitable for niche audiences of science enthusiasts, although they do not assume background scientific knowledge. A content analysis of blog posts and comparison with the most popular blogs on the Internet further confirmed this result and additionally identified key factors that affect science blog popularity, including update frequency, topic diversity and the inclusion of non-text elements especially images and video. Recent public surveys in the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom report an increasing reliance on online sources for information about current news, especially relating to science and technology Castell et al. Given that this figure aggregates all forms of social media, this suggests that science blogs currently constitute only a tiny proportion of science information sources.
MeToo moment one of the latest we all felt really emotional about. There were names we never thought were named. But can there be another side to this? Dharmin Shah in his next blog talks about why along with MeToo people need to worry about the darker side of it.