Last chance to vote in the BPR3 icon contest

Just a quick reminder: The voting on the BPR3 icon contest closes on Monday, September 24. If you haven't voted yet, head on over to BPR3 or this CogDaily post and make sure your voice is heard.

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Bloggers for Peer-Reviewed Research Reporting has announced a contest to design an icon to identify serious blog posts discussing peer-reviewed research. Anyone will be able to use the icon on their blog posts whenever the post is a serious commentary about a paper published in a peer-reviewed…
Over at BPR3, we've picked the top three icons from the BPR3 icon contest. Here are the top three entries in the contest to design a universal icon that everyone can use on their blog posts whenever the post is a serious commentary about a paper published in a peer-reviewed journal: Kevin Z: Uriel…
If you haven't checked out the BPR3 initative (Bloggers for Peer-Reviewed Research Reporting), now's your chance to see everything that's going on with BPR3 in one place: The new web site has just gone live. Set your bookmarks to researchblogging.org for the latest news on our efforts to identify…
Most CogDaily readers are familiar with the little icon we developed to indicate when we were reporting on peer reviewed research. We created it when we began to offer links to news and blog posts, as a way of distinguishing those less "serious" posts from when we were talking about peer-reviewed…

Just looking at the latest Cognitive Daily post, and was struck by the reality that the "peer" icon currently in use does a far better job than any of the proposed replacements at stating clearly and unambiguously what it signifies ...

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