Cognitive Daily gets a mention in the New York Times

There’s an article today in the New York Times that discusses the ScienceBlogs enterprise and actually mentions Cognitive Daily by name. It’s not exactly the sort of mention one hopes for when one imagines getting mentioned in the New York Times ("Dave Munger, one of the great thinkers of our time…"), but still, it’s the New York Times, and it’s definitely not the sort of New York Times mention that clouds one’s nightmares ("Dave Munger, who writes the dullest, most insipid prose imaginable…").

I’ll have more to say later today about the substance of the article, but right now, after I finish revelling in the moment, I’ve got a couple CogDaily posts to write.

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4 Responses to Cognitive Daily gets a mention in the New York Times

  1. Chad Orzel says:

    There’s an article today in the New York Times that discusses the ScienceBlogs enterprise and actually mentions Cognitive Daily by name.

    Lucky dog…

    I’ll have more to say later today about the substance of the article, but right now, after I finish revelling in the moment, I’ve got a couple CogDaily posts to write.

    Yeah, weren’t we promised Casual Friday poll results? Get to work! More zippers, mule!

  2. dave says:

    Oh, just you wait, Chad. These Casual Friday results will blow your mind!

    It’s just the sort of high-quality analysis that rates a mention in the New York Times.

  3. Bud Parr says:

    Congrats Dave!

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