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Totally copying Chris’ idea, let me do this experiment – put here the choice links that I posted on Twitter over the past week. Does not include links I “Liked” on FriendFeed or Facebook, just links I tweeted or retweeted over the last seven days, roughly in chronological order:

Michelle Malkin and the anatomy of the 2 million protester lie

Blogs & Clouds — The Real-time Web Takes Another Step Forward

What Is Socialism in 2009?

Defying Gravity (but not the unforgiving reality of the television market)

Book Review: Islands in the Cosmos

In a Shark’s Tooth, a New Family Tree

One Injury, 10 Countries: A Journey in Health Care

Information-rich and attention-poor

New Outlet for Sharing Science

‘New Media Medicine’ at MIT

Voice chat coming to Facebook

Sen. Snowe and the Mad Biologist’s Rule of Base Ten Numbers

Peer Review Failure?

They Should Have Called It ‘Darwin: The Revengination’

re: Cycling | Society for Menstrual Cycle Research Blog

Freedom of Information: what’s in it for researchers? (and Daleks). Workshop, Glasgow, UK, 14th September 2009

Nieman Reports on Journalism and Social Media

JHU Student Killed Intruder With Sword Hours After Burglary and Sword-wielding Hopkins student kills intruder, neighbors react

Mainstream Media Miss the Point of Participatory Journalism

Are We Drowning Our Young Scientists in Paperwork? A ScienceInsider Conversation

Mobile app sees science go global

Dog Origins, DNA & Identity, Medical Isotope Shortage (podcast)

Science & Fiction (podcast)

What is the scientific paper? 2: What’s wrong?

Cracking the Spine of Libel

Liking Apps Dot Gov, Loving Kundra

It’s the Editor, Stupid

Unlucky sea ducks: stranded shorebirds

‘We figured out during the case that it was saying hamburger’

Lessons for Science Envoys and A Universal Truth

Frank Schaeffer: GOP sub-culture is ‘a fifth column of insanity (video)

We’re Number 37 (video)

NewsFAIL, because journalism isn’t dying fast enough (the funny blog of the week)

The next level of student engagement: Open Access Week and beyond

Pachyderms exhibit at NC Zoo gets Association of Zoos and Aquariums award

Two-way Communication Between Common Biological Pathways And Body’s Daily Clock

Is multitasking unethical?

GROUP TO PROTEST SOCIALIZED FIRE CARE – “FLAMER” MOVEMENT TO PROTEST AT LIBRARIES NATIONWIDE (yes, it’s satire)

Burglar leaves his Facebook page on victim’s computer

‘Lessons I’ve Learned’ from distortions of PLoS One Energy Sprawl report

Zero Tolerance, Zero Effect, Says Expert

The Long Table – Inaugural event: Sept 20 at 3CUPS

Is Futurity the Future?

A New Horizon for the News

Copulation Music

Report a bad doctor to the authorities, go to jail?

On vampires and ways of knowing and In Which I Disagree with Jerry Coyne and More on religion, literature, and vampires and Defining terms and A brief note on analogies, all by Josh Rosenau and responses: Ways of Knowing and Using Analogies on the Internet Is Like Doing a Really Futile Thing.

Does Anyone Read Our Papers?

fMRI Gets Slap in the Face with a Dead Fish

2 CJR articles, Research, Not Relations… and Science Needs a Storyline, each wrong in its own way.

Your News Content Is Worth Zero to Digital Consumers

That’s an odd place for a mouse to hide…

H1N1 Rap by Dr. Clarke (video)

Craig Venter is on a boat (video)

Change Congress holds Mike Ross accountable (video)

NextBio is giving out $500 travel grants 4 grad students 2 attend the conference of their choice

The Purposes and Problems of (teaching) Labs

Fine-touch pressure thresholds in the adult penis

Twitteleh: Twitter for Your Jewish Mother [Parody Video]

Science reporting: is it good for you?

I love article level metrics at PLOS. LOVE them.

Oklahoma high-schoolers fail civics (video)

Demystifying Clinical Trials: Q&A with Sandy Kennedy of Quintiles Transnational

Newspapers get the kind of communities they deserve

Eyetracking points the way to effective news article design

Why I’ll be getting my kids their flu vaccines

Open Access, PLoS article level metrics part of syllabus for PhD course at Uni Hyderabad

Soviet version of Winnie the Pooh (1971 – video)

Author of Time’s Beck profile digs a deeper hole

For Better Social News Times, Make It The Twitter Times

North Carolina State Archives’ photostream

The social thermometer: Temperature affects how we perceive relationships

Friday Weird Science: the malleable prosthesis

Why Do We Sleep?

Post-Medium Publishing

Where Does Sex Live in the Brain? From Top to Bottom.

Inviting The World To Dinner

Arctic Geese Skip Migration as Planet Warms

Newsroom-less journalism in a coffee shop or similar place: Q&A with Brian Russell of Carrboro Creative Coworking

Comments

  1. #1 Greg Laden
    September 20, 2009

    That was more than 140 characters…

  2. #2 DeLene
    September 22, 2009

    That is a LOT of tweetlinks!

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