Welcome to BlogDogIt Monday, December 11 2023 @ 10:38 AM EST



  • 100,000 Stars (533)
    Chrome Experiments is a showcase of web experiments written by the creative coding community. All of them are built in HTML5 and JavaScript using open web technologies such as Canvas, WebGL and WebRTC. Each experiment is submitted by the creator.
  • 365 Days of Astronomy (550)
    What is 365 Days of Astronomy?

    The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is a project that will publish one podcast per day, for all 365 days of 2009, 2010, 2011 -- and now 2012. The podcast episodes are written, recorded and produced by people around
    the world.
  • Ancient Digger (584)
    Are You An Ancient Digger?
    Definition: An Ancient Digger is anyone, not just an archaeologist, who digs for knowledge, truth, reason, science and education, and strives to teach that knowledge with everyone.
  • Art of Scientia (579)
    Art of Scientia is a project of love for the imaging of the sciences and scientific discoveries in this amazing digital moment.
  • Bad Astronomy (647)
    I am an astronomer, writer, and skeptic. I likes reality the way it is, and I aims to keep it that way. My real name is Phil Plait, and I run the Bad Astronomy blog.
    Started at - http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/
    Now at - http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy.html
  • Brian Wesley Rich's Science Website (508)
    This website is where I post the results of experiments I have done, usually with kids. The ones you see that say "The Saturday Scientists" were part of a saturday-morning class I held for kids at "Art From Scrap" when it was across from the airport in Goleta.
  • Cloudbait Observatory (506)
    Welcome to Cloudbait Observatory, located under the dark skies of the central Colorado Rocky Mountains.

    Cloudbait ObservatoryHere you will find details about the observatory itself, its history (and my own as an amateur astronomer), the science I conduct here, and a collection of images I've made. Details of the instrumentation I use and some of the tricks I've developed to make it work well are given.

    I am very interested in instrumentation, and much of what I design is freely available to anyone interested. Details about some of these projects are posted on this site.

    I also enjoy both history and travel, and seek out places of special astronomical significance. The section on archaeoastronomy details some of the places I've been, and the historical astronomical sites I've explored.
  • DESKARATI (734)
    Deskarati – ‘enlightenment for the internet age’

    From: Desk – ‘a class of table often used in a work or office setting’

    and: Arati – ‘the ceremony of offering articles to a Deity’
  • Does this make sense? (513)
    Explaining mathy concepts one step at a time...
    My name is Joshua Yuan, and I’m an electrical engineering graduate from The University of Texas at Austin. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering in Spring 2011, and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering in Fall 2013. I enjoy learning math, signal processing, statistics, probability, digital communication systems, optimization, linear algebra, a whole smorgasbord of things, and I peruse through textbooks in my spare time while waiting for things. I like being thorough with my documentation, learning new skills whenever possible, and digging through code to find out what it does line-by-line. I have the worst luck trying to find a job.

    I think education is one of the most important things people can bestow on each other, and I enjoy tutoring and teaching whenever possible. It pains me to know education is not valued much by much of the population, and I wish to be able to change that mindset.
  • Elon Musk entrepreneurship lecture. (537)
    Elon Musk entrepreneurship lecture at Stanford

    Lecture Description:
    According to Musk, successful entrepreneur come in all sizes, shapes and flavors. Some things that are important are an obsessive nature with respect to the quality of the product, and really liking what you do, he says.