I am now revitalising the CML Blog (see http://wwmm.ch.cam.ac.uk/blogs/cml/?p=36). This blog was developed to describe CML but ran into problems with the formatting under WordPress and the particualr settings and tools we had installed. The problems are, I hope, solved.
I will therefore be splitting my posts between chemistry (and especially CML) on the CML Blog and everything else (particular the fight for Openness) on this blog (http://wwmm.ch.cam.ac.uk/blogs/murrayrust).
I hope these leads to a better approach for readers. The difference between European politics and the number of electrons in ferrocene is considerable and may have deterred some readers. I don’t know.
The CML blog will address questions of the design of CML, the user community, and may also act as a way to create material for static web pages. I encourage you to suggest questions as this gives me the excuse and impetus to write on specific topics. In general please use the comment fields although I shall still take queries in email.
For those who wish to follow the CML Blog add http://wwmm.ch.cam.ac.uk/blogs/cml into your feed reader. For a week or two I’ll probably reference posts from this blog.