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Tweetlinks, 11-09-09

Follow me on Twitter to get these, and more, in something closer to Real Time (all my tweets are also imported into FriendFeed where they are much more easy to search and comment on, as well as into my Facebook wall where they are seen by quite a different set of people):

Oceanophilia: The Neuroscience of Emotion and the Ocean

But Does Twittering Really Sell Books?

Teabaggers attack Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel

Most popular “Best of” Twitter lists are hopelessly male. So take a look at the Best Women on Twitter lists: One, Two and Three: eclectic, excellent, exciting – that is ~1300 women to pick to follow. Or just follow the lists – perhaps they can break the Top 100 on the ‘most popular lists’ list!

When ‘we are the media,’ how does it change us or society?

Gorbachev on 1989

Science events in the Triangle this week

Publishers Weekly Cover Girl: Rebecca Skloot and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (HeLa) and an excerpt.

Heroina interneta (in Serbian)

NGOs as newsmakers: A new series on the evolving news ecosystem

The Font Kingdom: Search, Explore, Create, and Download Fonts for Free

Real Oklahoma Students Ace Citizenship Exam; Strategic Vision Survey Was Likely Fabricated

Rupert Murdoch vows to take all of Newscorp’s websites out of Google, abolish fair use, tear heads off of adorable baby animals

Faster route to stem-like cells: All adult cells can be reprogrammed, researchers claim.

Why hyperlocal journalism is easier – and harder – in rural areas

WASH YOUR DAMN HANDS!…And Clean Your Stuff

Call for Submissions: Diversity in Science Carnival

Making Technology Work for People in the Developing World – World-Science Forum with Anu Ramaswami.

Bibliographies-why can’t research papers self-document what they are?

Apple Rejects a Caricature App

Nasty comment threads? That’s why it’s called (in Russian) InterNYET!

What happens to email after you die

Welcome to the library. Say goodbye to the books.

The Future of Journalism: The Contest!

Where’s my mammelephant?


  1. #1 DeLene
    November 11, 2009

    I like these tweetlink posts. Lately I’ve been so busy I hardly have time to read my usual news and blog sites, and it’s nice to peruse an aggregated list and stumble across things that interest me and I wouldn’t have otherwise found.

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