Incredibly busy day, but here are the links:
Blogging out of Balance and Active ResearchBlogging blogs, by gender of authors and Women sciencebloggers, exposure, and my path to blogging.
Science 3.0 Science Blogs – alpha release
Wescott’s Weekly Wrap-Up – the Science Blog Networks
Publishing your science paper is only half the job
MythBusters hosts address unexpected patronage of science
Scientists Behaving Badly: The Complete Series
Failing to appreciate doors, and other mysteries of brain space
Get Out Those Checkbooks: Time to Save Science Education!
Dinosaur Drive-In: When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth
New Horned Dinosaurs From America’s Lost Continent and Horned Dinosaurs: When It Rains, It Pours
I don’t want to sound like a blogger, but…
How Doth the Hypercarnivorous Crocodile…
Ocean observatories: Marine science without the boat
Should you eat or drink your fruits and vegetables?
Are Pets the New Phone Chargers?
How to Take a Government-Approved Poop
Toward human phylogenetic intuitions
Does your brain know you’re drinking Diet?
Games, eBooks, and Innovation — The Game Is Not the Same
Imagining the Dream e-Tool for Education and Training
Liquid Journals or Lazy Journals — Can Technology Alone Make a Journal?
A dearth of frogs and how to catch a mole you’ld rather just kill
Monkeys More Calculating Around Money
So A Blogger Walks Into A Bar…
Goodbye, cruel words: English. It’s dead to me.
Monday Series: The Criminalized Body II
How Change of Seasons Affects Animals and Humans
Public service announcement: Throw Your Drugs Away Safely Day
Light Entrained Rhythmic Gene Expression in the Sea Anemone Nematostella vectensis: The Evolution of the Animal Circadian Clock
Factors Affecting the Abundance of Leaf-Litter Arthropods in Unburned and Thrice-Burned Seasonally-Dry Amazonian Forests
Scientific American Presents Scientist-Makers in Action, Center Stage, Saturday 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
If you blog about plants, send me your post
Marketplace’s Misleading Report On Fashion Copyright
Abogo Transportation Cost: transportation costs made transparent
Will the Internet of Things Be Open or Closed?
World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Animation Filmed
House of Herps #10: The Frog Prince
Children with Dogs Exercise More
Bacteria that tear themselves apart
Scientists are Paranoid (Continued)
What Are We Measuring In School?
Twitter hack: The spread of an artificial life form
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Annual predictions for the Nobel Prizes released
How the Printing Press Ensures Eternal Enlightenment (Or So They Thought in the 18th Century)
A Happy Global Warming Side Effect: Less Bubonic Plague
I’m on a Podcast. HYAH! and Science Blogger Blogcast Showdown and
New Podcast: Science blogger showdown # 2
Biodiversity, Climate, Poverty: A Solution for One is No Solution
Tripping Cyborgs and Organ Farms: The Fictions of Cordwainer Smith