3 December 2012

One year on!

I have been blogging for just under a year now, and have written over 50 posts. There have been over 30,000 hits on the blog, and some very helpful comments. I’ve had a lot of fun, and there is something exciting about thinking that other people might value my thoughts and writing. Thank you all those who have left comments or emailed me. I spent my morning making up a summary page so that it is easier to find your way around previous posts. It is in the “Collected Works” tab above. In order to do this I had to […]
4 November 2013

About blogging

This is the 100th post on “Learn and Teach Statistics and Operations Research”. To celebrate, I am writing about the joys of blogging. Anyone with an internet connection can blog these days, and do! It is the procrastinator’s “dark playground” to read blogs on pretty much anything you want to know. (For an explanation, with pictures, of the dark playground, where the instant gratification monkey holds sway until the panic monster arrives, see this entertaining post: Why Procrastinators Procrastinate.) I started to blog to build a reputation for knowing about teaching statistics and operations research. This would lead people to […]