Epistemic Value

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

First Blog Milestone

It's now nearly six months since this blog got started, and in that time it has grown beyond my expectations. We're now getting nearly 500 hits a week, from over 30 countries worldwide. Since we've now reached this milestone, it strikes me that this is a good time to get some feedback on ways that the blog can be improved. Any thoughts/suggestions, then either post them as a comment or, if you prefer, e-mail me directly here.

7 Comments:

  • At 4:24 PM, Blogger marcelo stein said…

    Perhaps you can put an RSS link in the blog. It is another possibility for readers' choice.
    Excellent site! Congratulations.
    Marcelo Stein
    (from Brazil)

     
  • At 9:57 AM, Blogger Duncan Pritchard said…

    Many thanks for this Marcelo. I'll look into how to do this (like many academics, I know next to nothing about computers, and so I'm just picking this up as I go along).

    I'm glad you like the site!

    Duncan.

     
  • At 1:58 PM, Blogger Duncan Pritchard said…

    Update: Further to my last post, I have now added an RSS link, which can be found on the side-bar (or at least will be, once E-Blogger let me republish the site).

    Duncan.

     
  • At 8:11 AM, Blogger Brit Brogaard said…

    Definitely an excellent blog, Duncan! It's a great idea to make the latest papers in the area available for us to read. I don't have any substantial suggestions to make. If anything, it would be fun to get some discussions going about epistemic value.

    Brit

     
  • At 10:43 AM, Blogger Duncan Pritchard said…

    Thanks Berit! You're right that it would be good to get some discussions going--I'm hoping that this sort of thing will happen organicallly as time goes on. (Of course, it would be ideal if I were like Kvanvig/Weatherson/etc., and had several good ideas each day that I could post--alas, I'm not!).

    Duncan.

     
  • At 6:46 PM, Blogger Aidan said…

    Hi Duncan,

    I only found my way here recently, but it seems like a really useful resource. I too would like to see some discussion, but I know from the Arche blog just how difficult it can be to get the requisite momentum for that going on a group blog (it brings home just how well Certain Doubts works).

     
  • At 10:51 AM, Blogger Duncan Pritchard said…

    Thanks Aidan!

    Duncan.

     

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