This is a very special, and slightly sad, edition of TOSP.
In this episode, Elf and aimee bid farewell as hosts of TOSP. However, do not fear! We’re passing it into the capable hands of Sciblogs Editor Peter Griffin, who will take it forward proudly from here.
We wanted to express to you, our listeners, how much we’ve enjoyed getting this show started. As we discuss in the podcast, we’re leaving because there are other projects which demand our time (for Elf, it includes Chiasma, and for aimee, nerd nite* and the utterly-insane Mongol Rally) and both of us would like to return to our blogging proper-like, too 🙂 And we love TOSP too much to let it die!
We also discuss some of the subjects for which our listeners should keep an eye, and an ear, out in the coming months. Peter will be covering these issues on TOSP, and if all goes well, we’ll still be doing guest spots and so forth, too! There may be an hiatus of one or two weeks before the NuTOSP is out, of course, but we’re confident you’ll still be there when the podcast gets back 🙂
Thanks again to everyone who made this possible, including Sciblogs and all the Scibloggers, the science community in general, and State Shirt and Rhian Sheehan for the use of their music in the intros and outros.
Enjoy, and remember: Stay Curious!
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* She’s the founder/host of the only Southern Hemisphere chapter of nerd nite – nerd nite Wellington – and is always looking for speakers!
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