Busy day. Wonderful and lively Open Access panel at Perkins Library at Duke this morning. Sorry, no recording….
“A landscape of thoughts”: Jay Rosen on PressThink’s new redesign
Science scholars, science blogging and boundary work
Making a Difference in the Classroom and on the Stage
The 100 Percent Solution: For Innovation in News and A template for ’100 percent reporting’
New Research Shoots Down Justification for Wolf Hunts
Aging in the Air
Old Weather: read old ships’ logs and record their weather observations to improve current climate models
Thanks for the memories! Why Facebook “download” rocks
Myths are bustin’ out all over
Modern Book Sales: Amazon’s Tail Gets Longer Just as Google’s Mouth Opens
Relying on stereotypes is no way to address problems in science education and Boyz will be boyz
Science labs dread end of stimulus grants
Journalist blogging and commenting guidelines – at The Guardian.
Science 3.0 Blogging Contest and Open Access Blog Competition
In vino veritas – what problems does Open Access create?
Caricature Map of Europe 1914 by Keith Thompson, via Caricature Map of Europe, 1914, via More Visuals!
Constant connectivity isn’t just social, it’s Sociology
Science in the genes: Jonathan and Michael Eisen
You’re doing it wrong: Sending material and calling it embargoed before an agreement doesn’t make it so
What is stormwater runoff and why does it matter?
Press release journalism and the faulty press release and In which I continue to whine about crappy science
Evolution: Having Some Fun With It
Bashford Dean: bridging medieval armor and Devonian fish
Why Women Live Longer
Sloth’s Strange Walk Is Really Just Upside Down (and Sloooow)
Robot, Build Thyself: Machine Made of Lego Builds Models Made of Lego
IBM city sim highlights gaming’s problem-solving potential
Countdown to the Carnal Carnival
Sequencing the “Exposome”: Researchers Take a Cue from Genomics to Decipher Environmental Exposure’s Links to Disease
The Allais Paradox
Gathering For Gardner: Celebration of Mind
Beating the asymptote: The end of rinderpest
Malaria-carrying mosquitoes might be splitting into new species
On Supplemental Data
Interviews on Consciousness – Irene Pepperberg
The collapse of both bees and scientific independence.
Ancient Archosaur Arthritis
Trees Eat Pollution Better Than Expected and Tree Leaves Fight Pollution
Putting Barriers Between Doctor and Patient
Roadkill Problem on America’s Longest Main Street Studied
The Dean of Invention: Segway Mastermind Probes Sci-Tech’s Future
Gravity Is Love, And Other Astounding Metaphors
Putting the genetics in optogenetics
Waves of Mu, Mirror Neurons, and Funny Hats
Personalized Banking, Inside Your Mouth
Red, White, and Blue, but Not Green
Mathematics of text messaging could help cellcos manage networks
TODO LATER. A story of procrastination and forgiveness.
Genes that help plants sense darkness discovered
How much money was your doctor paid by a drug company?
Big Ideas from Small Countries
The New Norm in the Arctic: Change
Space Junk – It isn’t going to clear itself!
EDGE’S MAP MARATHON