“The current phenomenon of ‘bloggers’ should be of serious concern to scientists” and Science blogs and Caveat Emptor. A comment on an Analytical Chemistry editorial and Editor-in-Chief of Anal. Chem. Dislikes “Bloggers” and Those Chemistry Bloggers and Royce Murray and Caveat Emptor and Open letter to Dr. Royce Murray and caveat grumptor and Caveat Emptor When It Comes To Science Blogs? and Readers Beware and Science Blogs vs Scientific Literature and Royce Murray and the problem of science bloggers.
How Writers Can Turn Their Archives into eBooks
Twitterphobia and the mainstream media
Beard Awards Will Not Distinguish Between Online and Print Journalism
Why ‘digital’ journalist should be the only kind
Plugging Into SVP – Yes. On blogging/tweeting science conferences.
Science and the Media (free PDF download)
Scienceblogging: Field of Science – a Q&A with Edward Michaud
Beyond Blogging – Science Engagement in 2010.
Pen: New “literary” science writing award rolling out. $10k to the fortunate wordsmith.
Columbia developing a year-round news outlet to let students learn how to build and serve an audience
Reporting Recipe: Using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk for Data Projects
Even Half a Mile Underground, the Nihilism of the Political Narrative Will Find You and Chile is a story about journalism’s failure (updated)
The Times of London’s impenetrable but straightforward paywall
UNC junior reshapes lifestyle after converting to Islam – long-form narrative journalism in a college paper: well done.
Why the NYT and Drudge are Having Conniptions about Black Bloggers
In praise of cheap science
The Art of Tiny Tech: The 2010 Microscopic Photo Competition Prizewinners
Gene’s Location on Chromosome Plays Big Role in Shaping How an Organism’s Traits Evolve
Internal Body Temperature Turns Back Circadian Clocks
Your love is my drug: How passion sparks the same painkilling pathways as drugs
Expectations for stem cells undergo some reprogramming at annual research meeting
Mini unmanned aircraft embark on missions with a Porsche named Sting
UNC cancer scientist appeals her demotion
Philosophical Question for the Day: Do Whales Have the Right of Way?
Alternative Biomedical Treatments for Autism: How Good Is the Evidence? and Desperation Drives Parents to Dubious Autism Treatments
Butterflies Choose Plants for Medicinal Qualities
Should I lick this?
NYU Creates Animal Studies Initiative to Support Interdisciplinary Research, Coursework in Emerging Academic Field
Bogus science, health quackery to be exposed at McGill symposium
Have you signed up for The BlogTogether Birthday Bash – Oct 19, 2010 yet?
Cows to Kazakhstan
Punching Robot Totally Breaks Asimov’s First Rule
Will the first artificial intelligence by inspired by plants?
Geology History in Caricatures: Exploring and Educating Geohistory
Why Doctors Should Take Sick Days
Kavli Video Contest Top 10 Finalist–Amanda MacCartney
The Imagine Science Film Festival
The Knobe Effect
Uncovering Edgar Allan Poe – the science buff
Sexting and the iPhone, A Love Story
Sierra’s Kellerweis Hefeweizen Pulls Off Killer Comeback
Save the Whales, Save the Poop
Eco-friendliness is just “congreenience”
Who owns your review?
Youth in Revolt: Why we aren’t voting
Student Surveys Contradict Claims of Evolved Sex Differences – Recommended.
Randy Rotifers: Environmental Variation Prompts More Sex
Where the pictures came from – Awesome!
Love Lessens Pain
Bacteria using bacteria
Penguins at the Pole?
What they found in the virtual screening jungle
Time Is Money. Or Is It?
How Did 9/11 and the Holocaust Affect Pregnant Women and Their Children?
The Cargo Cult of Acupuncture
Coral-devouring sea stars
The Tea Party’s disturbing views about science
Tail of a whale, snapped in 2 seas, reveals surprising wanderlust
The neglected tropical diseases are no longer neglected! At least not by the WHO
Robert Ford, Toronto’s mayoral candidate says: “Cyclists are a pain in the ass!”
National “Press” Foundation? Or National Pharma?
Pondering Animal Research
Transparency: The Cities Where Sprawl Makes the Commute the Worst
Raptorex—To Be, or Not to Be?