Information on iconography from the Bibliokek Nationale People unused to Jewish analyses may like my soft introduction, my own extremely incomplete list of 'joff' websites, Jews-off-the-radar, with my reasoning. I've tried to explain in what respects they are wrong, incomplete, dishonest, and evil. Many are shills for Jews, large numbers are scared to discuss Jewish wire-pulling, many are paid by Jews or Jewish pressure groups.
You can see some of my work here.
My educational and research background is in genetics and cellular and molecular biology. I have also handled editing for a variety of other projects, including website content and book chapters.
I see it as a feature rather than a bug. In college, I bounced back and forth between history and biology. When I finally made up my mind, I spent ten years working in various molecular biology labs until one day — when I was in principle, at least well along towards my PhD — I realized that I was a pretty crappy scientist.
My advisor knew it. I gradually broke into the scientific publishing world, starting as a lowly spreadsheet-monkey. Having demonstrated my meeting-scheduling and binder-assembling acumen, I managed to win enough trust from my coworkers in editorial to start getting opportunities to write short news features and press releases here and there.
Over time, I eventually got enough experience under my belt and learned the journalistic ropes well enough to become an Assistant Editor as part of the founding editorial team of Nature Methods. From there, I went to Seed Media Groupwhere I was part of a small team looking into the development of new technology tools for scientists — during that time, our group partnered with several members of the ScienceBlogs community to launch the highly successful ResearchBlogging aggregator, which collects thoughtful discussions of peer-reviewed research from throughout the science blogosphere.
But I missed writing — and more importantly, I missed traveling… something I used to do a lot more often. So I gave my notice, and went on a six week expedition through Argentina and Chile, where I rented a pick-up truck and took a kilometer solo drive to Tierra del Fuego and back, while blogging sporadically about the whole thing.
With that out of my system for the time being, I came back to the US, set up shop in Philadelphia, and have been working as a freelance writer and editor ever since. I still focus on science mostly, but like I said — I like other stuff too much.
So welcome to my website! But as a freelancer working at home, it soon got pretty lonely around the house. So after an appropriate period of mourning, we welcomed a new pup to the house.
My girlfriend and I had a debate — I wanted a big dog, she wanted a smaller dog. So as a compromise, we got a dog that starts off small and became big very, very fast. As a young dog, she was extremely leggy and clumsy, kind of like a panther on stilts.
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