Tag archives for Blogs
Felix Salmon, Link-phobic bloggers at the NYT and WSJ: The problem, here, is that the bloggers at places like the NYT and the WSJ are print reporters, and aren’t really bloggers at heart. I discovered this a couple of weeks ago, after I posted a long and detailed blog entry on the court case between…
Interesting new ScienceBlog, Oscillator. From the about page: A collection of notes, thoughts, and news about synthetic biology and biologically inspired engineering in principle and in practice.
If you haven’t been following the goings-on via Twitter, Luke Jostins has been posting some tidbits on his blog, Genetic Inference. If you get interested in something, remember you can search abstracts.
Pamela Ronald of Tommorow’s Table, author of Tomorrow’s Table: Organic Farming, Genetics, and the Future of Food. Additionally, David Sloan Wilson, has moved his blog to ScienceBlogs. It’s called Evolution for Everyone, after the book of the same name. You can read my review of his book here.
The Big Money has a profile of Felix Salmon up. Here is why I reckon that Salmon has some rank, every few weeks he shows up as a guest on Marketplace. And he consistently pronounces Kai Ryssdal’s first name as if it is really the female name “Kay.”