…catching on my beauty sleep today….
There’s No Such Thing as “Cyberbullying” and The Rutgers tragedy and privacy and technology
Foundation: Nobel Prizes to be awarded via reality shows incl. Nobel Survivor, Sweden’s Next Model (System) & The Amazing Particle Race
Models for growth – Is the world like Play-Doh or like Lego?
The Brick Testament – The Bible, done in Lego.
The Social Disconnect — How Hollywood Misread Facebook
RTP Week Ahead, Oct. 4-10
Around the web: sexuality
The Art of Answering Questions
What the hell is Sharron Angle talking about?
Cautious celebration and deep concern – renewable energy standard on the Hill
“If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn’t be called research”
I believe I would be a “Data-Driven Nerd”
The truth about teaching statements and The truth about teaching statements, part 2
Oh, those 24-year-old kids…
Dear conference organizers
Line2: Turn an iPod Touch into an iPhone
The advantages of attractiveness… in the zoo
The 2010 Paleo Project Challenge
The Paris Camel is Just Plain Dumb
It’s the Friday Puzzle!
The taste of the past
Cocaine Seeking Is Gated By CART
Adenosine Regulation of Vigilance and Sleep
Gene maps in the brain
The Man Who Cannot Die
The Wolf of the Vegetable World
The plants are talking to themselves…
Snakes on a Lane
Dramatic Growth of Open Access: September 30, 2010
One Word Manifestos
Life serves viruses
Repent, for the end of time is relatively near!
Bacteria to save the day!
Levytator: The World’s First Free-Form Escalator
Parasite of the Day – Aggregata octopiana
A new academic year
Dolphin safe tuna… A dolphin is worth how many fish?
Australia contributes beer to international space culture
Speak the words
Size Zero Science
Temporal Reasoning in Geosciences
Anatomic Fashion Friday: Steampunk Heart
Cross-cultural reflections on the mirror self-recognition test
Finding a Habitable Planet
The Dark Side Of Helium
NSF Revamps Data‑Sharing Policy
Hello – anatomy of a phone conversation.
Your disease, your fault
When I’m in the Mood for Fiction
Beware the Bilderberg Group!
I am a blogging researcher: Motivations for blogging in a scholarly context, by Sara Kjellberg