Another exciting day on the network:

- Kate Clancy - Blogging While Female, and Why We Need a Posse


- Krystal D'Costa - AiP Stands With Context and Variation


- Philip Yam - Are Some Science Stories Inevitably Political?


- Marc Kuchner - The Open Science Paradox


- Charles Q. Choi - From the Writer’s Desk: The dangers of press releases and From the Writer’s Desk: The dangers of press releases, followup


- Larry Greenemeier - Eyes Have It: Gaze-Controlled PCs and Games Come into View [Video]


- Carin Bondar - Winners of the Cyberscreen Science Film Festival at Science Online 2012


- Michael Moyer - Thousands of Industrial Systems Unwittingly Hooked Up to Internet


- Caleb A. Scharf - Too Bright for JWST: Some Exoplanets are Overwhelming


- Jason G. Goldman - Editor’s Selections: Data, Novelty, and Pets


- Fred Guterl - How Obama Plans to “Double Down” on Clean Energy



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