SciFiChat Program: November 23, 2012. Fringe Science

SciFiChat

#SciFiChat on Twitter. Friday, November 23, 2012, 3 pm ET.


On November 23, 2012, at 3:00 pm Eastern Time, The #SciFiChat on Twitter will discuss the topic Fringe Science. Chatters will also be signing up for Secret SciFi Santa, with Secret SciFi Santa assignments following a day or two after.

Fringe Science

SciFiChat topic for Nov. 23, 2012 is Fringe Science.

Christmas issue, 1959, <i>Galaxy Science Fiction</i>

Time for Secret SciFi Santa.

SciFiChat this week will explore Fringe Science. From Einstein to the latest weird science, bizarre ideas are sure to reign supreme.

Also, it’s time for Secret SciFi Santa. Each year on Black Friday, the chatters of SciFiChat sign up to be Secret SciFi Santas. Once they have been assigned a recipient, they anonymously send the gift of a used science fiction novel from their own collection. This is a great way to discover a new science fiction author, or to discover a long lost classic.

There will be a social hour before #SciFiChat, beginning at 2:00 pm Eastern Time.

The moderator of #SciFiChat is @DavidRozansky. To monitor or participate in #SciFiChat, sign in to the Twitterchat tool of your choice and use the hashtag #SciFiChat. Please introduce yourself to the chatters.

For more information about #SciFiChat, please see the description page.

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2 Responses to SciFiChat Program: November 23, 2012. Fringe Science

  1. Michelle Dear says:

    I’m sure that most writers/readers will understand the obvious (per the post title,) but if you want to update your entry, you entered “October” in the first sentence of the post rather than “November.”

    Cheers!

    PS: Thanks so much for your expertise and dedication to this chat.

    • Just trying to get comments posted…

      OK, then, off to the editing dashboard…

      Thanks for the proofread. Seems I posted an article on my blog not too long ago about how bloggers need test readers before hitting “publish.” Dang me.