As long time followers of this blog know, science is one of my passions. So much so, that I’ve been involved in a movement called citizen science. What’s citizen science you say? Well, I wrote this book… Be the Change: Saving the World with Citizen Science.
This book talks about some really cool stuff, where ordinary people like you and me get to do real, honest-to-goodness, help-answer-the-big-questions science. This is a world in which it is possible to go on a wildlife survey in a national park, install software on your computer to search for a cure for cancer, have your smartphone log the sound pollution in your city, transcribe ancient Greek scrolls, or sift through the dirt from a site where a mastodon died 11,000 years ago—even if you never finished high school.
Why am I into this stuff? Well, apart from the fact that it’s fun, I think that it is important in this high-tech era that people understand (and not fear!) science and technology. That’s why I write my other blog, Citizen Science Center.
If you like the book, it would be awesome if you would help me get the word out. Here’s how you can help:
Tweet about the book: Click this link
Copy this link and paste into your Facebook status and let your friends know: http://www.citizensciencecenter.com/get-the-book/
Forward that same link via email to your network: http://www.citizensciencecenter.com/get-the-book/
Leave an honest review at the Amazon listing: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GJCG62E
Let your favourite science personality know about it! Or if you have a connection to someone who should receive a review copy, please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It would mean a great deal to me if you did any or all of those things.
(P.S. – If you don’t have a Kindle, you can read Kindle books on your PC! Check it out here: Kindle for PC)