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Thu 15 Feb 2007

Mr Budak ruminates on biodiversity seminars

Category : bejc

If ever our seminar speakers wondered about the impact their information and ideas expressed hads on their seminar audience, they'd have to look no further than blogger and Toddycat (Raffles Museum volunteer) Marcus Ng.

Inspired by speakers at the Biodiversity & Ecology Journal Club (BEJC) seminars held in NUS, he has penned some rather "ducky" (read you'll see why) post-seminar articles on his blog, The annotated budak. Some of these posts have appeared shortly after the talk while others, like his take on the talk by Naomi Pierce are apparently still fermenting on his hardisk. Well. we'll look forward to it appearing in his Biodiversity & Conservation posts!

Isn't it nice to the thoughts expressed in a darkened room in the university seeing the light of day in the blogosphere?

I met Marcus Ng through a web article he wrote about the Raffles Museum; originally posted to Aquatic Quotient in 2003, he republished it on his new blog the following year. Marcus has a finger or two in a variety of blogs and forums and helps circulate relevant biodiversity information there.

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