Help David Robertson win the 2011 Bloggie Award!

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David Robertson is an environmental scientist who has been nominated for the prestigious Bloggies award in the Science section. I stumbled across his blog because he was freshly pressed and I was deeply impressed by this rocking and rolling, sky-diving, surf-riding, globe-trotting scientist who loved shooting stuff (with a camera).

He is pretty much I would like to be: hence, my admiration for him. Read this post from his blog in order to know more about the voting process, which is pretty convoluted. I subscribed to his feed and I think you should too.

I must say he is up against some big names in the blogging world: especially when it comes to Wired Science (I Love reading that and would have voted for it had I not read Dave’s about me page). He could do with some support folks (not that my new, wee blog can make much of an impact, but I guess every bit counts).

Having been in the running for the Best New Medical Weblog Established in 2010 (the polling for which ended today) recently, and being an underdog myself (I subsequently lost to the great ZDoggMD) I know how tough the ride is: I wish him luck and ask you, my reader, to vote for him!

Help me win the 2011 Bloggie Award! As I’ve mentioned before, I’m running against 4 other blogs to take out the 2011 Bloggie for Best Science Weblog. Realistically, I should have no chance. I’m a single blogger, while all the other blogs are collaborative efforts (WUWT arguably). I’m the youngest blogger. I’ve got the lowest starting profile – some of my competitors get a thousand times more hits than I do. But I think I can win, and to do that, I need your help. If you’re convince … Read More

via David Robertson

Skeptic Oslerphile, Scientist at the Indian Council of Medical Research, National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases. Interests include: Emerging Infections, Public Health, Antimicrobial Resistance, One Health and Zoonoses, Diarrheal Diseases, Medical Education, Medical History, Open Access, Healthcare Social Media and Health2.0. Opinions are my own!

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