Just a few more links regarding scientists and journalists...

Seems like this discussion is starting to wind down, but I did see a few additional posts that I haven't linked yet: Janet, Josh, Bora, doc-in-training, and Melinda Barton. As with the previous posts, lots of good ideas (from both the scientist and the journalist points of view).

[Edited to add yet another one I found today from Nobel Intent.

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