Teaching tomorrow, The Monti in the evening, a busy weekend, so read these until Monday:
Documents and Data…
How the Traditional Media Misunderstands Net Neutrality: We Are Producers, Not Consumers
Did a science columnist for Oprah’s magazine get fired for her views on pseudoscience?
On science blogs this week: Paradoxes
Ocean of Pseudoscience: Flipper is a Fraud!
Monoculture of Leafcutter Ant Gardens
New MRI maps assess connectivity to establish ‘brain age’ curve for children and adults
Flying Fish Ace Wind-Tunnel Tests and A Dead Flying Fish in a Wind Tunnel Is Still an Excellent Glider
Freud was right: we are attracted to our relatives
Vintage Dinosaur Art: Susan Swan
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Lots of Speculation
700 People Like Open Laboratory Facebook page
RTP Week Ahead, Sept. 11-17 and Raleigh News & Observer: Community and self-service of the right kind in statewide science festival.
If you want your Flickr pictures to show up at http://scienceblogging.org tag them with #scienceblogging. Use your own judgment, that’s all.
Frank Norman – My Science Online London 2010 impressions and Simon: Science Online London 2010.
No More Bleeding Ledes, Please and Why Are Viewers More Aggravated Than Ever With Our Reporting?
George Williams has died: Reflections and an interview and George C Williams (1926-2010) Obituary and George C. Williams (1926-2010) and We’ve lost one of the greats: George C. Williams and GEORGE C. WILLIAMS (1926-2010) and G. C. Williams RIP.
How does TV watching increase health risk?
5 days until The Giant’s Shoulders #27!
The price of teaching: Why spreadsheets and university research don’t gel
Civic Duty, Shmivic Duty! (part 1)
White House: Tough year ahead for R&D funding
Friday Weird Science: EveryBODY…Rock your BODY
Testosterone Levels In Carcharhinus leucas: Is It All Bull?
Betaworks and The Times Plan a Social News Service
Blair L.M. Kelley wins the 2010 Letitia Woods Book Award for Right To Ride
Science writing as seen by students
Maternal mortality, human rights, and accountability
Summer recap, and ScienceBlogging is live
Post-publication Review: Is the Dialog of Science Really a Monologue?