Chad Orzel, the Gordon Gould Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, presented a talk at the April meeting of the American Physical Society. The event brings together physicists from 24 divisions and topical groups, with an emphasis on particle and nuclear physics and astrophysics. This year's meeting, focused on “Quantum to Cosmos,” was held in Denver. Orzel's talk, “Science Blogs and Talking Dogs: Reflections on 17 Years in Social Media,” was in an invited session as part of the organization’s Forum on Outreach and Engaging the Public. See his abstract here.