I'm delighted to announce the guest bloggers for April; they are:
Brian Bruya (Eastern Michigan) who will blog about introductory statistical analysis for philosophers.
Carrie Jenkins (British Columbia) who will blog about how to do philosophy research on the Internet.
Carolyn Dicey Jennings (UC-Merced) who will blog about how one can use APA-sponsored data collection on the philosophy job market as a way to take down elite PhD programs.
Steven Pinker (Harvard) who will blog about the Enlightenment, of course.
More below the fold.