I was recently asked to share some thoughts on successful blogging especially in the scientific realm. I really don't know if Nuit Blanche fits the bill but there is one thing that is probably more important than blogging per se. It is the numerous public and high quality discussions that are taking place in the following groups:

- The Compressive Sensing Study Group with
members*1940* - The Advanced Matrix Factorization Group with
members*490* - Gaussian Belief Propagation: Theory and Practice with
members*76* - The Google+ Community Compressive Sensing, RandNLA, Matrix Factorization Defeating the Data Tsunami, one algorithm at a time. and post there ! with
members **New***147* - The CompressiveSensing subreddit with
users.*63* - Robust Mathematical Modeling / Modélisation Mathématique Robuste with
members*61* - or in the comments of this blog.

Be a good friend and colleague, invite others to be part of these discussions.

For fun, here is the discussion that started the blog as being more than a personal adventure.

For fun, here is the discussion that started the blog as being more than a personal adventure.

**Join the CompressiveSensing subreddit or the Google+ Community and post there !**

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