Dinner with Anton Zuiker last night, working on ScienceOnline2011, update soon.
Preparing for next week’s travels. Need a room-mate for the NASW meeting Nov.5-7 in New Haven – will pay my part. Let me know if interested…
AGU Blogs and Welcome to the AGU Blogosphere!
The Stein Taxonomy: An Analytic Model for Social Reading
How the King Cobra Maintains Its Reign
My iPad Magazine Stand
Washington’s Abortive Scientific Renaissance and “Restoring Science to Its Rightful Place”: Where It All Went Wrong
5 Twitter tips for using conference hashtags like #ONA10
Book Review: Janet Browne, “Charles Darwin: Voyaging” (1995)
Presto! Introducing the November 2010 Scientific American MIND
Has anyone tried ChimpFeedr for making combined feeds for Scienceblogging.org?
Polio in Retreat: New Cases Nearly Eliminated Where Virus Once Flourished
Some depression might have roots in immune-generated inflammation
On Balance, Hype, Climate and the Media
Misreading Climate Change on Scientific American and A Pitiful Poll and an Abused Article at Scientific American and Joe Romm responds and Scientific American: On climate change, a scientist who is civil with skeptics, and politics
Help Us Crowd-Source Forbes Magazine: Names You Need to Know in 2011
On the cutting edge: Three women in translational research
You complete me
Who’s the geek?
Sigma Xi Holds Food Safety and Security Symposium Nov. 11-13
Evolution is not enough
Food for thought: Cooking in human evolution
Two ways of spotting mistakes while typing and Fingers Know When You Type Wrong
Blind People Sense Touch Faster
The League of Moveable Type – open source typography – the next science poster will use Sniglet, I bet!
Everyday BPA Exposure Decreases Human Semen Quality
UTSIC (University of Toronto Scientific Instruments Collection Website ) Website Active!
Flowchart: Understanding the Web, for Fans of Charles Dickens
Could a Blood Test Reveal If You Have Early-Stage Cancer?
The Question That Answers Everything About the Election (and America, too) – GOPers’ favorite brand? Fox News. Dems’ fave? Google.
MythBusters, Inertia and Friction
Some thoughts on principles for scientific attribution and Scientific Attribution Principles
Official Google Blog: $5 million to encourage innovation in digital journalism – Science networks?
Amazing Discovery! Botany is interesting!
Pancreatic cancer develops for years before spreading
The Page That Refuses to Turn
Four Myths About the Tea Parties
My first taste of trapping
Oh hey, public records law violation.
ScienceWriters2010 – I’ll be there.
New Research Blogging topics are live!
‘Shrinking’ the Climate Problem