This blog is about science and science journalism: good, bad, and bogus.
Posts are often about the implications science has on society and about the impact science and politics have on science and its communication.
The author, Michael Slezak, is a philosopher of science and freelance science journalist.
Thoughts from a Perth based skeptic/atheist on current events regarding science, astronomy, evolution and atheist/religious activities.
Blog title based on the joke about new fossil finds don't provide the missing link, they just create two more gaps in the record.
I am a self-employed IT consultant with a PhD in Education. In this blog I address a variety of topics and trends related to my interest in IT, learning, e-learning, social media, the intersections of society and technology, change management and green computing.
In the future, humans and technology will undoubtedly merge to form a super-being melded of metal and flesh, with omnipotent powers and a thirst for power benevolent heart. When that day comes, it's fairly safe to say that the prototype will be a Gizmodo Editor.
Lifehacker Australia is a technology blog which offers tips, tricks and shortcuts for organising your day. Part technology guide, part productivity tool, Lifehacker is a guide to software downloads, web sites, DIY projects, how-to