- Blogerable mentions:
- My four most loyal readers have completed my survey, which I'll leave open for a while longer so that the rest of you get a chance to voice your opinions.
- The Bubble Chamber this week:
- An interesting proposal from Cameron Shelley at CSTV for improving human-technology interactions.
- Canadian science in the news:
- The makings of a showdown between experts and hired guns in Alberta.
- The muzzling story that I'll be blogging about (extensively) in the future both here and at The Bubble Chamber.
- Old news for anyone who has talked to anyone in the planning elements of the civil service, but an external think tank has confirmed it.
- Cool new Aurora Borealis livecam (via).
- Canadians who might be short-listed for Nobel prizes.
- In other Nobel news: a Nobel prize winner retracts (a non-Nobel prize winning paper).
- More science in the news:
- We like our science to be bad news.
- Cultural aspect of science.
- Economics is not particularly scientific.
- Science fun courtesy of Metafilter and Boing Boing
24 September 2010
Quick Notes for a Friday #4
I've got a lot of links to pass along, so I'll try not to say too much.