Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Let's Get It (Re)Started In Here

Allright, folks, it's been far too long since anyone has posted to this damned blog, and I'm sick of reading about Milliken getting published over and over again. For those of you who are contributors, please note that blogger has switched over to using Google accounts and you need to have to continue posting. Also, as Thomas Nadelhoffer just finished visiting our fine school, I have added the Experiemental Philosophy Blog to our list of buddies on the left there. Other than that, it's business as usual; or, rather, I hope it's not business as usual as that means no one will be posting.

That being said, I want to leave this thread open for suggestions as to the revamping of this blog, as I suspect that layout and the like have something to do with the lack of postings. In addition to trying to implement as many of your suggestions as possible, I will make a concerted effort to start posting the stuff I'm working on more often, and I hope others will do the same.

To that end, I will just mention that Nadelhoffer's visit has rekindled my interest in experimental philosophy, and Jaworski and I have plans for a couple of experiments we want to run. In addition to looking for feedback to our sample questions on the EP blog in the (near?) future, I expect we will look for feedback here.


  1. Those of us that started posting last year became accustomed to each other's viewpoints, me thinks. Let's hope the newbies can spice things up some.

  2. One does wonder what the appropriate method of acquiring authorship rights might be. Do let me know...

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  4. Bleh. I had some typos in the last comment. I'm glad that this is back. I like the redesign for the main page. Is there a way to make the comments sections wider? It's annoying to read it in this narrow column.

    I'll spread the word to the UTK students of our fantastic blog.

  5. Also: Is there some way that we can subscribe to a thread? An RSS feed would do as well. I don't know what the back-end options are, but one of those two things would be a good thing.