As I will be traveling tomorrow, there will be no evening summary tomorrow - check the homepage or feeds anyway, and I'll try to be back online on Thursday. Also, due to travel, we decided to rush one day and choose the new Video Of The Week - check it out.

New on the blogs today? Lots of good stuff. See for yourself:

 

- Bora Zivkovic - Defining the Journalism vs. Blogging Debate, with a Science Reporting angle

 

- Davide Castelvecchi - The Lede Desk: Fighting the Scourge of Boring Writing

 

- Darren Naish - Inside Nature’s Giants… series 3! Camel!!

 

- Scicurious - Muscle fatigue may be all in your head

 

- Richard Krawiec - The Bearable Closeness of Being: Why Cities Create Community

 

- S.E. Gould - Air-Microbe, how bacteria fly around the world

 

- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing #SciAmBlogs bloggers: Christina Agapakis

 

- Cassie Rodenberg - Addiction in film: what’s wrong with this picture?

 

- Jason G. Goldman - Editor’s Selections: Front Lawns, Running, and Synesthesia

 

- Princess Ojiaku - Hart’s Science of Sound, Frequency, and Pitch

 

- Katrina Edwards - Introducing Expedition 336 at North Pond

 

- Maria Konnikova - Lessons from Sherlock Holmes: Perspective Is Everything, Details Alone Are Nothing

 

- Lucas Brouwers - A long, lost relative of ticks pops up again

 

- John R. Platt - Newly Discovered Hawaiian Bird Could Already Be Extinct

 

- Christie Wilcox - Observations: Tuna

 

- Janet D. Stemwedel - Scientific credibility: is it who you are, or how you do it?

 

- Christine Ottery - Storify: tar sands protests

 

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