One of the joys of reading blogs is becoming exposed to opinions and ideas found outside popular media’s attention.
Daniel Lemire is a Canada-based computer scientist with a self-titled blog covering topics such as computing, academia and the creative process. I like reading Daniel’s blog because he digs deep into a subject and works through his hypotheses with skill and thoroughness. Check out some of his latest posting:
- Two Rules for Teaching in the XXIst Century
- Citogenesis in Science and the Importance of Real Problems
- How to Revise Research Papers after Receiving Harsh Criticism
- Open Access Journals in Computer Science