Important reads you may be missing

Since the Pepsipocalypse, several excellent science writers (some of the best, really) have sought out new homes online. You really shouldn't miss them.

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I will not be saying anything about PepsiCo thing myself yet. I do have opinions (and decisions that come from them), but I am not revealing anything until I am ready (and it may end up being one of those horribly long posts, who knows). But in the meantime I can put together this linkfest, so you…
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You are too kind, Pal! Thank you, and additional thanks for leading the charge on #SbFAIL. Your first post on it was great and helped me get my own thoughts together.