Have a great weekend!
Blogging groups and ethics and Blogging Groups and Ethics
Why My Child With Autism Is Fully Vaccinated
The Buzz On Buzz
Why blogging still matters
The Faces of Science – A new project
Communicating Science Through Context
Bringing back Babbage and Get Your Steampunk On: This Guy’s Building a Computer From 1837
In which I suggest a preprint archive for clinical trials
The New York Times on Atheist Infighting
Why Do Americans Have Yards?
Do Author-Suggested Reviewers Rate Submissions More Favorably than Editor-Suggested Reviewers? A Study on Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
Alice Waters’ School Lunch Initiative Effective At Instilling Healthy Habits In Children
Stronger And Smarter: Informal Science Learning In Rural American Libraries
When Brains Hit the Gym
Home Energy Efficiency is All About Location, Location, Location
T. rex, a Cannibal? and Tyrannosaurus Rex Was a Cannibal and Cannibalism in Tyrannosaurus rex
The origin of hybrid edible bananas
3-D Images Allow Researchers to See How Marine Life Swarms
Can Rhesus Monkeys Recognize Their Own Reflection?
Effects of Picture Size Reduction and Blurring on Emotional Engagement
Genes: The Thrill of Life?
Popular Mechanics releases a gorgeously-illustrated guide to retro futurism
Giant Pterosaurs Could Fly 10,000 Miles Nonstop
This Is Not a Blog Post – Blogs and Web magazines are looking more and more alike. What’s the difference?
IDIOKRATIJA – Idiocracy, with Serbian subtitles, which I watched in its entirety last night. And which fits nicely with Slim pickings: The Tea Party Class of 2010 and Ignorance as Authenticity and The New Normal.
Evolving attitudes about evolution (pdf)
Worst. Antidepressant. Ever.
Why Are 3-D Movies So Bad?
Societies evolve in steps
Don’t Make a Monkey out of Me
The Disease of Plastic Water Bottles
Dream Job: Under-ice Diver
Antioxidant Machinery Differs between Melanic and Light Nestlings of Two Polymorphic Raptors
On the Origins of Island Life
A Picture May Be Worth 1000 Words, But They May Not Be the Truth
After the Pakistan Floods, Why Relief Help Was Slow to Arrive
The Impact of Worry on Attention to Threat
Inspired by science
Out on the job market
Is disease a tax that we force the poor to pay?
Spondarthritis in the Triassic
‘Catfish’ Film Exposes Lies, Mental Illness
The Harlem Science Renaissance
Soda, beer, and BPA (and hey, congrats to Canada!)
Friday Weird Science: That MotherF**king HURTS!!! and The @#$% 2010 Ig Nobel Peace Prize: Pain files 1
Increasing Costs Due to Ocean Acidification Drives Phytoplankton to Be More Heavily Calcified: Optimal Growth Strategy of Coccolithophores
Childhood Obesity Is An Epidemic That Can and Will Be Stopped!
TEDxRaleigh highlights innovation in Triangle’s backyard
Virus Deadly in Livestock Is No More, U.N. Declares
Aversive Reinforcement Improves Visual Discrimination Learning in Free-Flying Honeybees
Where’s the line between research and marketing?
XMRV and Autism: Best conflict of interest EVAH!
A Fondness for Antiques: The Future of Books According to Science Fiction
Why is the Sun yellow?
The mechanochemical engine
The Physiological Period Length of the Human Circadian Clock In Vivo Is Directly Proportional to Period in Human Fibroblasts
David Buss defends evolved sex differences (exclusive!)
The work of tweeting
Phylogenetic Analysis of Pelecaniformes (Aves) Based on Osteological Data: Implications for Waterbird Phylogeny and Fossil Calibration Studies
New ‘Around the Web’ Features
Look Ma, No Hands! A Brief History of Self-Driving Cars
Great article it today’s Chilliwack Times…but with one major misquote
Learn to Speak Primate
RTP Week Ahead, Oct. 18-23
TBJ reveals 2010 Fast 50 winners
What Alternative Energy Taught Us About the Fish that Live in the East River
PsihoBrlog – a new psychology blog in Croatian.
Today I started a new blogging network
Pigeons Gamble on Unlikely Jackpot over Small Sure Things
This Week in Review: The iPad’s pay potential, Chile miner over-coverage, and another Murdoch paywall
How to turn a paper of record into a website of record
The Web Parenthesis: Is the “open Web” closing?
NC blogger holds Guinness World Record
Dr. Kiki’s Science Hour 68: Taking Science Online (video)