Dinosaurs, Negative Results and Science Festivals: 2013 Second Quarter Roundup
Dinosaurs, negative results, Deborah Blum, science festivals, Nautilus, Jessica Wapner and the importance of words. Communication Breakdown has covered a lot of interesting, important and (often) fun things over the past few months.
Because it can be tough to keep track of every post on a blog, I’m writing quarterly roundups of all the posts I’ve run here. Here’s what you might have missed from April 2 through July 9, 2013. If you find anything great that you missed before, please share it. And please let me know what you find useful, and what you wouldn’t miss. Your feedback helps me decide how to use this blog. Now, here’s the roundup!
Words have meanings. The importance of defining the terms we use when we write.
The opening lines of any written work are essential, so Don’t Bury the Lead.
Who do you trust? Scientists, Trust, the Media and Climate Change.
Why Journalism Matters: human nature.
Science Laureate: Picking a National Champion for Science
Why I gave up and embraced embargoes