Gotta start with my first SciAm post again – The line between science and journalism is getting blurry….again – as there are now comments on it.
Exclusive Interview: Discoverer of Arsenic Bacteria, in the Eye of the Storm and #ArsenicLife #Fail: A teachable moment and Response to the critics
The medium is not the message—is it?
In praise of scientific error and My favorite experiment and the pace of basic science research
Fox News on climate: skip the science, report the “controversy”
Data-mining Google Books: Does the Reader Have To Be Human?
Monday Series: “In the Guise of a Friend” III
Space laser spies for woodpeckers
Health 2.0: Is It A Threat To The Medical Profession?
Author of the Day: Tom Levenson
Learning to navigate the chemical web
Tuesday skies will put on a double feature
Studying DNA on the family tree
5 things you never knew about penguins!
Group IQ: What makes one team of people smarter than another? A new field of research finds surprising answers.
Polanyi Was Right About Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Cracking the New York Times Popularity Code
Harry Potter vs. The Lord of the Rings, Part III
ME, or chronic fatigue syndrome, ‘not caused by the XMRV virus’, say researchers and XMRV = ERV and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is not caused by XMRV and XMRV – Innocent on All Counts?
Holdren Releases Scientific Integrity Guidelines
Why Julian Assange is a journalist
Winners of the 2010 University Protein Folding Challenge, hosted by Foldit
Revenue Rising, and a New No. 2 Ad Medium: Internet
The changing of the gatekeeper: Adapting to the new roles for journalists, sources and information
Secrecy conference: In countries like Romania and Cambodia, illegal leaks can be transparency’s only hope
Maybe not much will change at all: 2011 journalism predictions from Malik, Gillmor, Golis, Grimm, more
In an age of free-flowing information, there’s still a role for journalists to provide context
Many High Schools Offering “Computer Science” Really Aren’t
Scott Karp: Clay Shirky’s right that syndication’s getting disrupted — but not in the ways he thinks it is
Mobile phone radiation linked to people jumping to conclusions
Ladies and gentlemen in Google Books ngrams. And paper rocks, rock cuts through the middle, scissors hit rock bottom.
Open access options on 15 more Nature Publishing Group journals
Is it incautious to criticize Noam Chomsky?
Has the online search displaced the friend as the preferred first information source?
Fur may fly over pet law proposal
Why Animals So Rarely Photosynthesize
Game Theory: Climate Talks Destined to Fail
The ‘artful dodge’: The danger of a smooth talker