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Other Voices, Other Blogs: ScienceDebate.org

Curious about presidential candidate’s position on science issues?  So are the National Academies, the Council on Competitiveness and a host of professional and academic groups, which created the web site ScienceDebate.org.  The site hosts “Barack Obama’s and Mitt Romney’s answers … Continue reading

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Other Voices, Other Blogs: Wired’s GeekDad

As a father of a teen- and soon-to-be-teen geek, I take my responsibility as a nurturing force in their lives serious.  I want my kids to have fun and learn, so visiting Wired.com’s GeekDad blog is a daily ritual of … Continue reading

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Other Voices, Other Blogs: EngineerBlogs.org

Seeking new perspectives on the engineering profession? OVOB highlights blogs of distinction that you might want to check out. While most blogs have a single-perspective, single-voice of a lone contributor, EngineerBlogs.org is a collection of authors writing about all kinds … Continue reading

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Researchers Boycott Elsevier Journals

Mathematicians Organize Boycott of a Publisher By Thomas Lin New York Times – February 13, 2012 As many of you might know, the issue of open access and journal publishers making money from unpaid authors has been a contentious issue … Continue reading

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Other Voices, Other Blogs: Daniel Lemire

One of the joys of reading blogs is becoming exposed to opinions and ideas found outside popular media’s attention. Daniel Lemire is a Canada-based computer scientist with a self-titled blog covering topics such as computing, academia and the creative process. … Continue reading

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