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The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media » Far from the Peer-Reviewed Journal,Scientists Confront How-Tos of Op-Eds "So how can scientists strategically convey their messages to a broad audience without losing the nuances of their field? " (tags: science politics writing journalism)…
kitchen table math, the sequel: alternate universe "While visiting schools in a variety of districts, I began to notice something that puzzled me. Some of these schools, particularly those with large numbers of poor and minority children, are working against daunting â some would say unreasonable…
Kieran Healy's Weblog - Elementary Particles "Particle physics has been in the doldrums a bit lately, so they could do with some interdisciplinary reinvigoration. Also, their research budgets remain quite large." (tags: social-science silly physics blogs) Crooked Timber » » Necrotrends: The…
Zeroth Order Approximation: Summary dismissal "Not every civil court case proceeds to trial. Some are settled "out of court" by the parties involved. Others are settled by the judge in a "summary dismissal" or "summary judgment". The suit is deemed to be unworthy of trial, even without a full…

I've deleted the four other copies of this post that prompted Bob's remark. I really hope this was a one-time glitch on the part of del.icio.us, or some kind of server hiccup.

You missed one. There is a copy of this post with the timestamp 09:33, in addition to this one.

By Eric Lund (not verified) on 15 Apr 2009 #permalink

I think Delicious is having issues, their popular page is still down, and now the site has a little message on it.

nihilistic_kid's backstory is interesting, he links to an article of his called The Term Paper Artist which is actually much more interesting than the one mentioned here...