Quick Links

ScienceOnline2011 in the final stretch of organization, Open Laboratory in the final stretch of submissions, four SciAm guest-blog posts lined up for this week, a Q&A to respond to, ‘Encephalon’ to prepare for tomorrow at noon, lots of e-mails to answer….let’s say that this was a busy Sunday.

aidel in Search of Self

The internet’s cyber radicals: heroes of the web changing the world

WikiLeaks ‘hacked’ before release and Secret US Embassy Cables and It’s Wikileaks Day

ScienceOnline2011: Lodging information update and Accommodation and Transportation

Evolutionary Hitchhikers Dwell Within Our Guts

Show horses face destruction: Government bureaucracy unmoving in plight of quarantined stallions

Evolution in Action: Lizard Moving From Eggs to Live Birth

Risk Science – A personal perspective and PDF slideshow….check slide #25… and make it yourself using Social Collider.

Babushka Blog: A Meta-Blog on ResearchBlogging.

Federal V.I.P Penn – TSA back in 2002.

Carl Sagan looks festive, but a little wooden

Being the green witch may not be so bad after all!

Internet usage by country

The Bully and the Brain

The Rock Stars of Science and Why Bret Michaels is Brilliant

Researchers’ reasons for publishing their work

Replacing the Paper: The Twelve Rs of the e-Research Record

Why Calories Taste Delicious

Question for Educators/Lay Public and More Questions for Educators and Lay Public!

Taking the end of the age seriously

There’s More Than One Way to Make a Sabertooth

The Next Crash Will Be Ecological — and Nature Doesn’t Do Bailouts

A Stale Food Fight

Slime Mold Gives Thanks for Mexico-Shaped Oat Flakes

Paradoxical Truth


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