Long weekend in the USA, thus plenty of time to read:
Rebooting Science Journalism 2: Rebooting Harder
THE FaceBook for science is dead: What’s next?
What would scholarly communications look like if we invented it today?
Finding people to aggregate with
7 Questions with… Eric M. Johnson
A Message To The Sciency Elite: Step Out Of The Lab And Into The Real World
Latest from the PLoGsters!
About My Job: The Scientist
This Week in Review: USA Today gets a mobile makeover, Twitter and trust, and a paywall’s ad struggles
Moonstruck primates: Owl monkeys need moonlight as much as a biological clock for nocturnal activity and Moonstruck Primates: Owl Monkeys (Aotus) Need Moonlight for Nocturnal Activity in Their Natural Environment
Photoperiodic diapause under the control of circadian clock genes in an insect and Circadian clock genes, ovarian development and diapause
Circus of the Spineless #54
WHY TRUST A REPORTER? What science writers are looking for and why it behooves you to answer their calls.
No easy way to be free
My E. coli brother’s keeper
Feeding off of Feedback
The tools of the trade
Do I gossip?
Sex at Dawn
Looking for support for a sabbatical, grad student, postdoc, or meeting? Next deadline Dec.1 at NESCent
Infrastructure in Iraq
What is a cell?
Cameron Neylon on practical steps toward open science
The Conversation: Successful Grant Writing, part I and The Conversation, Successful Grant Writing Part II
What happens when you teach monkeys to use money?
New cooperation theory has major Mommy issues
Open Foo: sharing practice, social movement and technology
Trying to predict the future, one stat at a time
When science fiction and computer science meet
Jaron Lanier vs. history and the singularitarians
When is it a good idea to cheat?
Vote for a Merging of Science and Everyday Life
Archaeology 101: Chronology, or, How Can I Get A Date?
There’s a hole in my spacetime! Or a string, or a wall…
Social Cliques and Old Boys Clubs in Wild Chimpanzees
Montessorium: Old School Meets New School
Navigating the History of Science Blogosphere
Monster pythons of the Everglades: Inside Nature’s Giants series 2, part II
The new Miocene sperm whale Leviathan is now Livyatan
Cladogram Lab Activity
Spitting with a segmented brain
How bacteria die
The Charles Prize (with Tomato) Is Coming Soon
The heat is on
Mother’s milk… and Dad’s too
The Anthro Reader, Vol. 5
Probing the atmospheres of extrasolar planets
Reflections on the First Ant Genomes
My Office in My Handbag: The iPad as a Serious Work Tool and A Letter For You…
The Difference between the Exxon and BP Spills? Dollars and Photoshop…
Human, quadruped: Uner Tan Syndrome, part 1
Solar system may be older than we thought
10 back-to-school projects for citizen scientists
Amazingly Awesome, Circadian Innovations: The Hair Follicle
Better Posters: Poster Venn and More power! The poster with a plug
Peer review pariah
Your new blog network for today
The secret history of psychedelic psychiatry
Q & A: Longshot co-founder Alexis Madrigal
Public Health 101: Ten Great Achievements
On science blogs this week: Embryos and evolution
On beauty, sex and evolution
Violence: Not in My Job Description
Friday Weird Science: Beery Bladders
Students in the sandbox – developing professionals?