Let Me Fix That For You, Neil Hall

In a recent issue of Genome Biology, Dr. Neil Hall published his tongue-in-cheek analysis of twitter popularity and citations in science circles.  The “K-Index” basically hangs on a critique of Kim Kardashian, a woman who is a brand unto herself, for having the gall to refuse to be shamed publicly for having sex.  Dr. Hall’s choice of target, together with the bland tone of his piece is problematic. Here at Red Ink, we love satire, and we want to see more people succeed at it.  So, here, Neil Hall, let me fix that for you…

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