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tags: ethics, journalistic ethics, PepsiCo Food Frontiers blog, advertorial, ScienceBlogs, Seed Media Group, Adam Bly I am greatly saddened to be able to tell you finally that my friend and colleague — no, former colleague — Bora Zivkovic, is leaving ScienceBlogs for good. I suspected and then knew for the past week and a half…

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

tags: ethics, collective action, Science Bloggers Union, ScienceBlogs, Seed Media Group, Adam Bly Migration #2 (1995) Fine art quilt by Caryl Bryer Fallert. [Hand dyed, machine pieced, appliqued, and quilted 100% cotton fabric, 80/20 cotton/poly batting] Collection of The National Quilt Museum of the United States. I have been trying to write this blog entry…

ScienceBlogs Kicks Ass

tags: Seed Media Group, online media, science news, science writing, public outreach, education, announcement, press release Yesterday, The Mothership (Scienceblogs.com), released their traffic figures from the launch of the site in January 2006 through the first quarter of 2010. These numbers are quite impressive, regardless of which universe you inhabit [free PDF]:

Déjà vu All Over Again!

Wow, I just discovered the video from ScienceBlogs’ millionth comment party in Seattle — I flew in specially for this party and also to visit my friends from University .. I love this silly, funny, interesting video — now, don’t you wish you had been there?? Anyway, since the winner of this contest is in…

tags: ScienceBlogs Millionth Comment Party, ScienceBlogs in Seattle ScienceBlogs millionth comment party in Seattle. Image: GrrlScientist 27 September 2008 [larger view]. I finally managed to find a stable and free wifi connection AND an outlet, thanks to the University Bookstore, so here are a few photographs from yesterday’s ScienceBlogs’ Millionth Comment Party in gorgeous Seattle!

1,000,000 Comment Contest

Have all of you heard about the one millionth comment contest that ScienceBlogs is having? This contest is in honor of the upcoming one million reader comment that will be left sometime around the 25th of October (unless PZ has another crackergate before then). In honor of this upcoming one millionth reader comment to the…

SciBlings in NYC 2008

UN Millennium Hotel lobby flowers, NYC. Image: GrrlScientist 2008. [larger view]. Now that I am recovering from a very painful pinched nerve in my neck (FINALLY!), I will tell you about the get-together that my colleagues and I enjoyed, thanks to Seed Media Group.

tags: James Watson, racism, sexism, genetic engineering, seed media group, scienceblogs, Adam Bly James Watson, 1962 Nobel Prize winner for co-discovering the structure of DNA along with Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins. Yesterday, Adam Bly, founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Seed Media Group, was interviewed by Carol Goar for an editorial about the Canadian government’s…

The Language of Science Blogs

Everyone knows that the universal language of science is English, which is not to say that scientific papers are not published in other languages, but if the author wants his or her papers to be widely read, they must publish in English. However, the citizens of the world speak many different languages and their lives…

tags: Seed Media Group, Hubert Burda Media, science literacy My European readers have been incredibly loyal and kind to me, and it has given me great pleasure and pride to know that, even though you live overseas, you take the time to read my blog. So my European readers especially will be excited about some…