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A Slacker Clock to Beat Jet Lag?

In Around the World in 80 days, the protagonists faced a lifetime’s worth of calamities – failing suspension bridges, raids, abductions, hurricanes—but they were spared from one giant headache—jet lag...

October 21, 2013 — Shelly Fan

Can we build a new normal?

I’m over at Neurotic Physiology today, asking about the new normal. Everything that’s been happening the last week has shaken our faith in who we are, what we thought we had...

October 21, 2013 — Scicurious

Despair and hope on Scientific American Blogs

The last one week has been traumatic for the world of science blogging, journalism and writing. It has certainly been very painful for me, as I am sure it has been for many others, to watch someone who we all regarded as the glue that holds the science communication community together, someone who was the [...]..

October 21, 2013 — Ashutosh Jogalekar

Guest Post 5: Accommodasians don’t make waves.

Please welcome our fifth guest post, from AmasianV! In the aftermath of SciAm’s recent snafu handling of DNLee’s post, in which she recounted her interaction with an editor who called her an “urban whore,” Sci asked me to guest blog for a series of posts aimed at getting more diverse voices heard...

October 17, 2013 — Scicurious

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