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The PepsiGate linkfest

I will not be saying anything about PepsiCo thing myself yet. I do have opinions (and decisions that come from them), but I am not revealing anything until I am ready (and it may end up being one of those horribly long posts, who knows).

But in the meantime I can put together this linkfest, so you can have a one-spot-shopping place for all the key posts about the event. I don’t think this is a complete collection, and I could not order them in a chronological order (too much work, so the order is random) but close enough – the key posts/articles are here, and the comment sections are very informative as well on all of the posts.

Jennifer Ouellette

John Rennie
John Rennie

Martin Robbins

Abel PharmBoy
Abel PharmBoy
Abel PharmBoy

Columbia Journalism Review

The National Association of Science Writers blog

The Guardian
The Guardian

Gaia Vince

Rebecca Skloot
Rebecca Skloot

David Dobbs
David Dobbs

Brian Switek

Scicurious

Pal MD
Pal MD

Janet Stemwedel

Page 3.14
Page 3.14

Alex Wild

Pamela Ronald

Skulls in the Stars

Carl Zimmer

Knight Science Journalism Tracker
Knight Science Journalism Tracker
Knight Science Journalism Tracker

Colin Schultz

PZ Myers

Martin Rundquist

Orac

Grrrlscientist
Grrrlscientist

Mike Dunford
Mike Dunford

Jason Goldman
Jason Goldman
Jason Goldman

Chad Orzel

Chris Clarke
Chris Clarke
Chris Clarke

Chris Rowan and Anne Jefferson

Christie Wilcox
Christie Wilcox

DrugMonkey

Maryn McKenna

Sharon Astyk:
Sharon Astyk

Deborah Blum

John Wilbanks

Dr.Isis

James Hrynyshyn

Zuska
Zuska

Mike the Mad Biologist
Mike the Mad Biologist

Josh Rosenau
Josh Rosenau
Josh Rosenau

John Dupuis

Greg Laden
Greg Laden
Greg Laden

Dave Winer

The Dog Zombie

John Wilkins
John Wilkins

PhysioProf

David Colquhoun

Slashdot

Mark Chu-Carroll

DailyKos
DailyKos

skeptifem

Grant Jacobs
Grant Jacobs

Lab Lemming

Jonathan Eisen

Consumerist

Hank Campbell
Hank Campbell
Hank Campbell

Southern Fried Scientist

Forbes.com blog

Scholarly Kitchen

Metafilter

ERV
ERV
ERV

Adam Bly

More:

John Pavlus

Eric Michael Johnson

Liz Borkowski

DrugMonkey

Chris Rowan and Anne Jefferson

Andrew Gelman

Jay Rosen and Dave Winer

Michael Welland

Watching the Watchers

OmegaMom

Jason Rosenhouse

John Dupuis

Jennifer Jacquet

Brian Switek

DrugMonkey

Comments

  1. #1 Alex Wild
    July 10, 2010

    Wow. Thanks Bora. You must have spent all day link-hunting.

  2. #2 Coturnix
    July 10, 2010

    No, I was tweeting the links as they happened, so I had links ready, but then I was offline last 24 hours or so and just added a few of the new ones.

  3. #3 Snarkyxanf
    July 10, 2010

    We all suspect you have magical link-hunting powers anyway though.

  4. #4 skeptifem
    July 10, 2010

    I blogged it too.

    http://skeptifem.blogspot.com/2010/07/many-of-my-posts-here-are-about-things.html

    Although it is unlikely anyone gives a crap after seeing so many links. Its worth a shot, I think…

  5. #5 sara
    July 10, 2010

    I have not followed every link, but most of which I encountered were disproportionate. I am glad to see that Christie Wilcox’s posts are included in this list. She seems to be one of the few ScienceBloggers who behaved and responded (in writing) objectively as I would expect of a scientist :/

  6. #6 Chris Clarke
    July 11, 2010

    Thanks for the roundup, Bora.

  7. #7 Joseph Hewitt
    July 11, 2010

    I briefly mentioned it as well:

    http://ataraxiatheatre.com/2010/07/09/the-reaction/

  8. #8 Grant
    July 11, 2010

    I’ve also a “last word” (for me) post out yesterday:

    http://sciblogs.co.nz/code-for-life/2010/07/10/scienceblogs-now-less-to-aspire-for/

    Not that anything I say would matter much (I’m a bystander in this, so I tried not to muddy the waters), but it’s a different angle: what those who (might have) aspired to join might be thinking.

  9. #9 Liz
    July 12, 2010

    One more:
    http://scienceblogs.com/thepumphandle/2010/07/scienceblogs_screws_up.php

    Thanks for collecting these! I had missed some of them.

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