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    Olivia Tremor Control, Music from the Unrealised Film Script 'Dusk at Cubist Castle'; 00s. Of Montreal, Aldhil's Arboretum; 10s. Tame Impala, Lonerism. See also ... Read article

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    eeknight.livejournal.com Bohemian Word Werks - The Kurians seem to be having an effect on Earthly fauna

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    blogs.citypages.com Pharyngula's PZ Myers pissed at PepsiCo's ScienceBlog [UPDATED] - Minneapolis News - The Blotter

    The focus will be on innovations in science, nutrition and health policy. In addition to learning more about the transformation of PepsiCo's product portfolio, we'll be seeing some of the innovative ways it is planning to reduce its use of energy, water and packaging. And Seed editor Adam Bly att... Read article

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    cameronneylon.net Science in the Open » Blog Archive » The Nature of Science Blog Networks

    At the same time, the expectations of those writers, in terms of their ability to express themselves through multimedia, campaigns, widgets, and other services has outstripped the ability of those providing networks to keep up. I don’t think it’s an accident that many of the criticisms of Science... Read article

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    wordyard.com Heffernan vs the SciBloggers: when community becomes commodity — Scott Rosenberg's Wordyard

    (Some, of course, reacted to both insults — the insult to a group of people they felt close to as well as to ethical practice.) That said, the spirited reaction of so many ScienceBloggers did inspire a certain amount of camaraderie, and perhaps community in the sense of a larger purpose. And your... Read article

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    engagingconflicts.com April | 2007 | Gini Nelson's Engaging Conflicts

    ScienceBlogs reinitiated a revised “Ask a ScienceBlogger” feature, wherein an expert will respond to readers’ questions. This week they responded to this question : What’s the difference between psychology and neuroscience? Is psychology still relevant as we learn more about the brain and how it ... Read article

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    crookedtimber.org The war and the quarrels — Crooked Timber

    Notes: Chris Mooney, like me, blogs at ScienceBlogs . I learned about Ray and Taubes and Gross and Levitt from Jeff Shallit’s review of review of Higher Superstition I would submit there’s a practical difference between the pomo attacks and the right-wing attacks, in that the pomos do not have la... Read article

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    futureblogger.net Future Blogger

    ScienceBlogs has featured a video of Oxford Nanopore Technologies 's new label free DNA sequencing system that reads A-C-G-T segments as they pass through a nanopore. Category: Gadgets Year: General Rating: 4 Hot During the next decade we are likely to see commercial products that will start to d... Read article

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    firstmonday.org Burgelman

    ScienceBlogs [ 10 ] is a portal dedicated exclusively to scientific blogs, and the Academic Blog Portal [ 11 ] lists hundred of blogs for any scholarly domain, from mathematics to law. … To “Liquid science” … These trends towards publication of drafts and non–finalized output is a visible trend a... Read article

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    speakingofresearch.com PZ Myers | Speaking of Research

    ScienceBlogs fight for Research Science Blogs Getting Involved – How you can get involved AR Extremism – Our look at Animal rights extremism and what to do about it The Panel Discussion – “Score One for Dialogue”, written by SR member Megan Wyeth. Joint Statement against violence – by Bruins for ... Read article

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    jdc325.wordpress.com WDDTY: How To Misunderstand A Paper | Stuff And Nonsense

    Badscienceblogs.net Media Blogs / Resources Neuroscience/Psychology Bad Science Blogroll In an article on MMR and measles in the June issue of What Doctors Don't Tell You (WDDTY), Bryan Hubbard reports on the DeStefano et al paper that found no association between autism and the number of antigen... Read article

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    forbes.com An Atheist Reports Back on His Tour Among Creationists - Forbes

    Among the Creationists Good timing for science blogger and author Jason Rosenhouse, whose Evolutionblog has been one of the most popular at Scienceblogs. The Kindle and Nook versions of his new book Among the Creationists: Dispatches from the Anti-Evolution Frontline are coming out just as anti-e... Read article

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    blog.phds.org We've Always Been at War with Eurasia - PhD's Blog

    I'd guess they could have moved to a PLoS revenue model and a streamlined publishing process by working with The Berkeley Electronic Press (full disclosure: I'm on BEPress's technical advisory board). Or they could have created a chemistry-focused equivalent of scienceblogs.com . Or any of a numb... Read article

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    Nerdy Science Blog : Find out what the nerds have to say about science in this group blog. SciScoop : Get the scoop from these well-informed bloggers. Cosmic Variance : On this blog, you’ll find musings and commentary from physicists and astrophysicists. ScienceBlogs : ScienceBlogs is home to man... Read article

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    blogs.oregonstate.edu Breaking Waves - people - Breaking Waves

    Science & Nature Blogs Other Sea Grant blogs & Newsletters Regional blogs Well, now you can find out–by watching How to Feed a Giant Pacific Octopus , a video produced by Oregon Sea Grant for NOAA’s Ocean Today kiosk. The three-minute video features a very hungry Reuben the Octopus, along with Bi... Read article

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