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It is always funny to hear how “blogs are dying”, being abandoned in droves as bloggers are all moving to Twitter. It’s funny how that works – you see fewer posts on a blog, or a couple of bloggers going on a summer hiatus, and the sky is falling! In response to the latest such…

Am I A Science Journalist?

OK, a busy day, mostly offline, so here’s another provocation for you to trash in the comments There are several different aspects of science communication. If we classify them, somewhat artificially, by who is the sender and who is the receiver of information, we can have something like this: A) Scientists to scientists – mainly…

Science Bloggers and their Books

These days I am swallowing one good science book after another. 2010 seems to be a great year for science book publishing! But I have also noticed that almost all of these books are written by science bloggers (or at least active Twitterers)! Some are writers first, and started blogging later. Others started as bloggers,…

Welcome the newest SciBling!

Go say Hello to my newest Scibling, Maryn McKenna at Superbug (which is also the title of her latest book). Also check out the archives of her old blog.

In newspapers, therefore I am

You may have heard that, about six months ago, Charlotte Observer and Raleigh News & Observer started a new Monday Science/Technology section. Among other articles, there is also an ongoing weekly feature – a brief interview with a science blogger (usually, but not always, located in North Carolina), conducted by amazing and unique Delene Beeland…

Reposted, as I needed to add a few of the most recent posts to the list – see under the fold:

Reposted, as I needed to add several of the most recent posts to the list – see under the fold:

Ever have one of those times when you have a cool new blog post all ready in your head, just needs to be typed in and published? Just to realize that you have already published it months ago? Brains are funny things, playing tricks on us like this. I just had one of such experiences…

The winner, as always, has been announced on the everyONE blog so jump on over there….

Best of May

I posted only 127 times in May. Apart from many cool videos and various updates, I did blog about other things as well. I went to the WWW2010 conference and wrote my thoughts about it. Open Laboratory submissions are in full swing so I decided to post the old Prefaces and Introductions I wrote for…