mentioned as science resource!

Well, almost… (if you follow me).

There’s a new piece of open source software for Web browsers called "Site Bar" which you can find at this link

If you install it (and it’s as simple as clicking a link) you’ll get a sidebar full of links to interesting sites. If you select "Sience" then you’ll see climateaudit together with such august websites as Scientific American, New Scientist and less-than-august websites like

Yes, I wrote "Sience". That’s the problem with open-source software – the programmers may be great, but they can’t spell for toffee…

Not bad for a weblog re-started three weeks ago, don’t you think?


  1. Posted Feb 16, 2005 at 2:41 PM | Permalink

    Congratulations. Sience is not quite science, but it’s not bad either. 😉

  2. Jaime Arbona
    Posted Mar 1, 2005 at 4:42 PM | Permalink

    What! CA appears with New Scientist and Scientific American? And Real Climate, too? No wonder they called it Sience.

  3. TCO
    Posted Sep 10, 2005 at 7:20 PM | Permalink

    aren’t all these toolbars worthless adware/spyware. evil.

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