Here at the Scholarly Kitchen, we’re well aware that our patrons are definitely some of the best in town, often cooks in their own right, with recipes to share and critiques always worthy of attention. This is best reflected in the comments they leave. Unfortunately, sometimes these comments are obscured or missed. We’ve decided to surface some of the best, so that you can enjoy them and benefit from their insights:
- On the topic of “Is Science Being Distorted?” there was a very good comment on the relationship between brands, authors, readers, and information
- On the posting, “13 Great Error Messages,” some great examples and a nice anecdote were provided by Todd McGee
- Rich Dodenhoff contributed an insightful perspective on “The Collapse of Peer Review”
- There is a nice comment thread on “Optimists and Technology”
- Bill Kasdorf added a nice comment to “Sneaky Disruption, High & Low”
- On (De)personalized, Cody has a smart comment, better than the post, I’d say.
If you’re reading this blog occasionally, please leave a comment or look for comments from your peers. As you can see from these few examples (and the many others across the site, including linkbacks from other sites), there’s a great deal to learn in the Scholarly Kitchen!