Lots of good stuff today!!!
Oliver Sacks on Vision, His Next Book, and Surviving Cancer
How I published a book, thanks to The Open Laboratory
Physical Review Letters gives a WARNING!!! (1958)
Cash-free living: how to survive and thrive without money
The Guardian takes on biodiversity
What Hurts Fitness More: 30 Years of Aging or 3 Weeks of Bed Rest?
Science publishing: the humorous side
Pocket Universes: Gotta Catch ‘em all?
High tech’s hiring dark secret: It’s all about age
A close look at the plastics industry’s spin on BPA
Interview With Jean-Claude Bradley: The Impact of Open Notebook Science
The ticker tape feeds the night
Psychedelic drugs return as potential treatments for mental illness
Obese Pets: How to Help Your Furry Friend Stay Slim
Press as Facebook & Foursquare
The blue revolution at BBC Science
How Do Search and Rescue Dogs Find People?
Prairie Dogs: Small Creatures, Big Vocabulary
Geoengineering won’t touch sea level rise
Serbia: ‘Better on Facebook Than in the Streets’
How to get a newsroom to cover stories live
Do new discoveries ever ‘rewrite evolutionary history’?
Eruptions is moving! and Welcome to Eruptions 3.0
Why traveling birds need army ants
Megan McArdle Really Hates Sex at Dawn
Dispersants! Part III: Do dispersants really promote degradation of oil?
How your proposal gets reviewed
Tackling the Data-Driven Funding Challenge — a New Skill for Nonprofit Managers
The Neuroscience of Self-Inflicted Harm
Melatonin therapy effective in treating primary insomnia
Decade 2: Encouraging Educators to Rethink Social Media Strategies in the Classroom
The Unfortunate Truths of Food Blogging
The future of higher education, according to the rumor mill.
Barking Mad: How many dogs does it take to change a light bulb?