I’ve always westled over a good way to share all the interesting science articles I come across around the web. In the past, I would horde bookmarks and put together “arthropod roundup” posts from time to time. However, that became a bit of a chore and I constantly fell hopelessly behind. Twitter seems like the obvious answer to this, but it has always felt a little chaotic to me; I still haven’t really gotten into any sort of groove with it. Facebook is also an alternative, but I’ve segregated that area of the web for family, and non-science inclined friends/nonsense.
Recently, I’ve settled on Google Plus as a superior (to me) science communication alternative. I really like the sharing interface and the nice emphasis the system puts on photographs and images. I’ve added my public Google Plus stream to the left sidebar of this page. This is where you will find lots of additional sciencey goodness, while Arthropoda will be reserved for full-fledged articles from me. Feel free to keep an eye on my feed, or join me on google plus, which seems to be growing great, professional communities of science enthusiasts and photographers.