My Blog productivity flow is an interesting one; if it were a fluid, the Reynold’s number would be somewhat over one hundred thousand.
I tend to try to write posts in as much advance as possible, but inspiration is somewhat time varying and it can be difficult to predict exactly when it’s optimal to publish one of the backup already-written articles that I try to have. Sometimes, I stop writing backup articles because I run out of time (and hence stop posting for a while longer than I’d like to). The challenge that I run up against is mediating my posting in a good way such that there is never a drought of posts, but that I can maintain a reasonable workload in producing said posts while at the same time coping with a somewhat unpredictable amount of free time. Since I’ve obviously yet to master this, I’m open to tips if anyone has them.
Sometimes, you find that you have so much to write about – and so much you have to do justice to – that you have to postpone posts for a few days. Sorry for my recent quiet, but this is one of those times. Currently in production are posts on;
1) The similarities between research in different fields from an MPhys point of view
2) Funding for science from an MPhys (and STFC employee’s) point of view.
Some of these are in collaboration with my peers in the undergraduate Physics community (yes, I love collab’s; open to offers!)
On top of all of that, I’ve got a related project that myself and a friend have started up (more information in about a month’s time). If anyone is interested in the Game of Life, in distributed computing, in creating Android apps, in web design, or has some organizational skills and technical understanding and interest, please contact me; @Stooveth on Twitter.