SciencePunk has evolved...

I'm long overdue saying this, but SciencePunk has evolved once again, and diversified to the point where not a tremendous amount gets published here anymore. Some very exciting projects including a return to freelancing and a new gig at Medium called Futures Exchange is consuming most of my time, energy and ideas. SciencePunk started as a paper and glue zine, a thoroughly obsolete format, and blogs are looking a little antiquated these days too. I'm looking forward to what comes next.

 

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