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links for 2009-03-29

Generating Ideas vs. Harshing Your Mellow « Off Our Pedestals LiveJournal as many-to-many communication where "big blogs" are one-to-many (and what that does to the dynamics of the conversation). (tags: blogosphere communication) Social Science Research News: Guest Post Friday – Coercion in Research Maybe requiring Psych 101 students to participate in research projects isn’t such…

links for 2009-03-27

A Natural Scientist: In Which All’s Well That Ends Well (At Work) 1. Get it in writing! 2. If you didn’t get it in writing, be stubborn! (tags: work lab-life women-in-science) The Junction Potential: Electrophysiology isn’t a technique you add to your CV; it’s a state of being! "Not a bad idea actually; screw those…

links for 2009-03-24

Protocol Breach Reported in Biederman Study of Preschoolers – Health Blog – WSJ How big a protocol breach is "too big"? And what kind of "expectations" should a physician-scientist entertain before a clinical trial commences? (tags: medicine research-with-humans ethics) jfleck at inkstain » Elephant Diaries: Connecting the Dots on the George Will Affair The traditional…

links for 2009-03-15

Dr. Jekyll & Mrs. Hyde: Science would be so great, if it weren’t for other people Trying valiantly to avoid getting scooped. (tags: science-communication tribe-of-science) Need to Keep My Mouth Shut « Transient Reporter The trouble you can get into by voicing enthusiasm. (tags: science-communication academia) Peer Review and Its Flaws « Blue Lab Coats…

links for 2009-03-13

Oh. Boo. Hoo. at Kindly Póg Mo Thóin Babies through the lens of tort law, where the Last Clear Chance displays a gendered asymmetry. (tags: law reproduction gender) Anonymous Blogging Guide | Citizen Media Law Project Includes section on legal protections for anonymous speech. (tags: law blogging anonymity pseudonymity)

links for 2009-03-08

The Cincinnati Beacon – AMA prez hosts anti-animal testing group med forum: leading indicator or April Fool’s joke? – Cincinnati blog, Cincinnati news, Cincinnati politics American Medical Association president Dr. Nancy Nielsen as featured guest in PCRM conference call? Really? Will she be calling shenanigans on their lies? (tags: animal-rights animal-research medicine) The LiveJournal of…

They’re both by men, but sometimes it happens that way. Mark Chu-Carroll ridicules Vox Day’s ridiculous claim that women are too dumb to do long division, let alone program computers. While Day’s claim was silly from the get-go, Mark’s take-down in really nice. A friend from the three-dimensional world (specifically math camp), Jonathan Kulick, who…

links for 2008-02-12

Creek Running North » Am Spayed Lapin noir. (tags: rabbit) Hope for Pandora: An Election Spoiler The natural progression of primary season. (*Something* is rotten …) (tags: art science politics)

links for 2008-02-05

The Questionable Authority : Blogging About Peer-Reviewed Research at the Discovery Institute. Who knew Casey Luskin would swipe an icon an represent himself as living up to a standard he was clearly dodging? (Anyone who’s been paying attention, of course.) (tags: integrity) Is this post following our guidelines? | BPR3 The Bloggers for Peer-Reviewed Research…

links for 2008-02-03

Christina’s LIS Rant: Freedom’s just another word for nothin’ left to lose What’s at stake in deciding whether to blog under a pseudonym or under your real name? (tags: blogosphere) Hope for Pandora: Double Dipping What’s worse than mouth bacteria? Hand bacteria. (Do you know where those hands have been?) (tags: medicine food) The Republic…