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Tweetlinks, 11-04-09

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More on science journalism: Mind the spin – muttering on about spin and some suggestions.

How the Internet Enables Intimacy

The temporary web – “Twitter makes us forget”

Behold the human search engine

As usual, the press gets it all wrong

Lashing out at LatisseĀ® and LatisseĀ®: Tell me more about my eyes.

Journalists have problems matching practice with ideals

Radio Reaches More People Than The Web

The new Lay Scientist site is fantastic.

Responding to community feedback – DeepDyve and PLoS – Q & A

The Politics of Drug Abuse Research Funding

A long-time print journalist finds her voice in blog

The Devil in the Details, Part II – Who can afford health insurance after reform?

Funding scientific research that people ‘don’t approve of’

Techie Tuesday and World AIDS Day