Hi all – I'm looking for volunteers to do some light editing on my longer reports / posts, particularly those on the Cook and Lewandowsky scams.
I'd like to migrate that content to the new site, but with better structuring. If anyone is interested in adding a Table of Contents to the longer posts, along with corresponding section headers, and perhaps general edits, I'd deeply appreciate the help. I keep telling myself that I'm going to do this work, but I'm in the middle of dissertation work, and I know I won't get to it soon enough. I used to do this for other people, and I remember some of you inquired about this months ago.
In general, I think I'd probably benefit from editing on an ongoing basis. So far, my girlfriend has erratically served in that role (typically after I post an essay), but if anyone is interested in editing my essays, or writing their own, I'm quite open to it. The new site will run on WordPress, and I can easily add editors/users. There will also be room for guest columnists on the new site, so let me know if you'd like to write on a topic.
I'm just thinking broadly right now – I'm open to all sorts of ideas. But for now, what I need are volunteers for the existing canon. Please e-mail me if you'd like to help. Thank you!
3/15/2015 02:57:12 am
By the way there's one simple thing you can add that would make your blog better: add categories to each blog post. So for example all blog posts about the Cook paper in ESL would be under the category 'Cook' (or whatever word you chose) and they would therefore all be displayed in chronological order with one click. Right now the categories menu on the right side of the screen only has one keyword and it's 'All'.
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José L. Duarte
Social Psychology, Scientific Validity, and Research Methods.