Too exhausted tonight to import all the little avatars, so we'll have to go just with text this one time:
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- Kevin Zelnio - Missing Legs? Not Much of a Problem for Spiders
- Katrina Edwards - North Pond: First successes
- Christie Wilcox - Social Media for Scientists Part 1: It’s Our Job
- Maria Konnikova - Lessons from Sherlock Holmes: Don’t Decide Before You Decide
- Alex Wild - How important are camera bodies?
- David Biello - Signal Failure (Again) Likely Caused Shanghai Train Collision
- Melissa C. Lott - Solyndra – Illuminating Energy Funding Flaws?
- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing #SciAmBlogs bloggers: John Platt
- Krystal D'Costa - The Ways We Talk About Pain
- Jason G. Goldman - Editor’s Selections: TV, Changing Your Mind, Reading Your Mind
- John R. Platt - South Korea Seeks to Protect Endangered Species in Demilitarized Zone
- David Wogan - The Coming Crisis Over Water – Texas Tribune Festival panel
- Christina Agapakis - Rethinking DNA and RNA
- Jennifer Frazer - The Mystery Rust of Kivalina, Alaska
- Princess Ojiaku - Radiolab, full of genius compositions
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