Busy (but good) day today, more tomorrow, some links to keep you busy till then:
The Power Of The Personal Brand and Blogging for the Media Octopus
The Rich History of Eggplant or Aubergine
‘Intersect’ Provides New Way to Share Life Stories Based on Time & Place
NYU Professor Jay Rosen Offers Advice to an Incoming Class of Journalism Students. He Should Offer the Same Advice to Advertising Students.
What makes a scientist famous?
Why a school beats Facebook: how behaviors spread through networks
The biggest danger of chasing a twister… traffic collisions?
Does Computer Science Have a Culture?
‘Quran Burning’: Is It News Or Not? and Setting the Koran on fire, vs. setting personal liberties on fire and Plan to burn Qurans ignites media frenzy.
Dr. Computer Decides Cancer Risk
Making Science Make Sense with Dr. Mae Jemison
Cognition & the Arts – a classroom blog » About
Beyond paddling: children and technology
How the Mind Counteracts Offensive Ideas
Clickable Tree of Eukaryotes (Katz Lab)
The Open Source Paleontologist: Return to the Blogosphere
Concavenator: an incredible allosauroid with a weird sail (or hump)… and proto-feathers?
New History and Philosophy of Science Blogs
You too can have an ass like Cleopatra
Male bowerbirds create forced perspective illusions that only females see
Louisa Gilder and Robert Oppenheimer
Rethinking Happiness: An Architectural Exploration of Better Communities
Solar Dreams and Reality at the White House
How electron accelerators really work (comic)
Personality matters in the spread of invasive species
Use me and The Characterization of Twenty Sequenced Human Genomes