Another day chock-full of awesome bloggy goodness...

- Nicole Boice and Duane J. Roth - Innovation in Medical Diagnostics Saves Lives – A system that isn’t broken and doesn’t need fixing


- David Bressan - Earthquakey Times


- Jason G. Goldman - Four Loko Is Just Like The Copenhagen Philharmonic


- Cassie Rodenberg - Case study: why economics and addiction do not mix


- Alex Wild - Thrifty Thursday: Insect Wings on a Cheap Scanner


- Krystal D'Costa - Clearing the Table and Holding the Door: Constructing Social Norms and Editor’s Selections: Last Names, Death and Remembrance, Puberty, and Stray Pottery


- Katherine Harmon - Eyewitness Testimony Loses Legal Ground in State Supreme Court and New Text Search Uncovers Disease Ties and Safety Data Hiding in Electronic Health Records


- Glendon Mellow - Alone in the blogiverse: where are all the space-art bloggers?


- Elena Blume - Empower Your Community… The Science Fair, “It’s Elementary!”


- David Biello - How to Prepare for a Hurricane in the U.S. Northeast


- Kevin Zelnio - A Natural Disturbance


- Larry Greenemeier - The Highlights (and Lowlights) of Apple’s Steve Jobs Era


- Princess Ojiaku - Musical Emotions: Chills Edition


- Darren Naish - Those giant killer pigs from hell aren’t pigs


- Philip Yam - Can Hurricanes Be Controlled? (see also an older Guest Blog post by Casey Rentz: How to stop a hurricane (good luck, by the way))


- Bora Zivkovic (The SA Incubator) - Weekly Highlights #6


- Bora Zivkovic (A Blog Around The Clock) - Seven years – not bad, not bad…




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