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Lots of great stuff today – here is a sampling:

In Defense of Links, Part One: Nick Carr, hypertext and delinkification and In Defense of Links, Part Two: Money changes everything

What is Twitter and Why Scientists Need To Use It.

Science with soul sells

Saving Wild Tigers

A university for citizen scientists

If the Cost of Publishing a Scientific Journal Article is $10,000, Who Pays for Open-Access?

Strategies for Promoting Open-Access Publishing

I wouldn’t have caught the JSTOR issues

The ‘Burden’ of Peer Review

Going Backwards: Time Reversal Reconsidered

The Long Tail of Language

Massive eggs were the most fragile of any bird

Why Do Heavy Drinkers Outlive Nondrinkers?

Change in a New York Minute

Wolves Are Smart, but Dogs Look Back

3D Look Inside Whales’ Heads Shows Negative Effects of Marine Noise

Scientia Pro Publica #38

Berry Go Round #31

How much data should PIs check?

Orange stripey dinosaurs? Fossil feathers reveal their secret colors

Faith in science is not enough – people deserve proof

Declining Infrastructure, Declining Civilization

Maps: How Mankind Remade Nature

Chapel Hill Museum sells items to cover debt

Extra! Extra! Can art save newspapers?

Glenn Beck’s rally was large, vague, moist, and undirected—the Waterworld of white self-pity.

Well, Now We Know What The Wikileaks Sex Scandal Is Really All About…


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