Matin Durrani - Science Journalist
With the paperback version of Furry Logic: The Physics of Animal Life due out in the UK next month, it was great yesterday for me and my co-author Liz Kalaugher to talk to New York radio legend Leonard Lopate on his Friday lunchtime show on WNYC.
Typing one's first words into a new blog has a slightly momentous feel -- a bit like buying your first record I suppose -- but it oughtn't to be such a dramatic thing. After all, there are a gazillion blogs already out there. (And yes, I know, gazillion, is not a proper scientific unit.) One thing I should make clear right at the start is that this blog is my personal blog and has nothing to do with the Physics World blog that I contribute to in my day job when time permits. In fact, this blog gets right to heart of a point we have debated many times in the Physics World team, namely where does one's "work persona" end and one's "home persona" take over. Social-media tools make the distinction a rather blurry one, but I like to think that what I write on the Physics World blog is different to this blog in two main ways.