Monthly Archives: July 2012

What Best Serves Consumers When it Comes to Science?

When it comes to coverage of science by the media, what serves readers best? Should bloggers/journalists check with scientists to be certain they have captured the ‘essence’ of the science? Or not? Read “Should Science Writers Show Stories, or Parts … Continue reading

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Science, Blogging and Plagiarism

I was pleased to read the article “Science Blogs – definition, and a history” published July 10 in Scientific American by Bora Zikovic, @boraz. Why? Because it forced me to consider assumptions. Background: I have been employed in numerous roles: … Continue reading

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