Greetings from sunny Washington D.C., where life takes on a slower rhythm in the summertime. During this time, I enjoy many evenings on our deck, contemplating life and planning for the future. It’s so easy to get lost in the “what can we do” and overlook the “what is.”
A Time for Giving Thanks and Counting our Blessings!
Staying Networked …and Easing Your Worries.
Tune in! Let’s talk about webinars. People I talk to seem to either love webinars or loathe webinars. In my shop, we love them!
Happy Holidays from CSE!
Technical and Copy Editors Wanted! The Council of Science Editors has a very long history of including copy editors and technical editors among our members. While there are certainly other organizations that serve this core group, CSE affords them an opportunity to network and collaborate with science editors, managing editors, publishers, and publishing technology experts.
It is hard to believe that summer is already wrapping up. As I get my kids ready to go back to school, I have been following up on all the scribbles on business cards and notes tossed in my pocket from some of the great conversations I had at our Annual Meeting in May.
As 2014 prepares to make its exit from the stage and 2015 waits in the wings, I’d like to wish every one of you a warm holiday season, and a happy and prosperous new year.
I just returned from Brazil where President-Elect Angela Cochran and I presented talks on behalf of CSE at the Workshop de Editoração Cientíca in Campos do Jordão.
It’s already been a couple of weeks since the Board of Directors met in Washington, DC but I’m still feeling inspired by the stimulating conversations we had and our collective excitement about the future of the organization.
September has been a busy month for CSE this year. Here’s what your colleagues are up to.
A couple of weeks ago I was doing some research for an upcoming talk and started looking at past issues of Science Editor and CBE Views on the CSE website.
Henry James once said that the two most beautiful words in the English language are “summer afternoon.” Despite the fact that the temperature almost hit triple digits this week where I live, the spirit of this sentiment still has some resonance. Summer should be a time to kick back and relax a little.
Well, it’s summertime and the living is easy, to paraphrase George Gershwin.