Is lazy science reporting even worse than intentionally malicious anti-science reporting?
That's recently been posited at a meeting of rationalists. While lazy reporting is colossally troubling, at least the lazy are open to correction.
Your first day in prison, you either have to beat someone up or...
Bernie Madoff rips a page out of "Office Space" and gets into a prison fight
Tim Berners-Lee says the // part of the URL was unnecessary, and he's sorry about that.
Is e-mail being eclipsed by other communications tools?
And, if so, is that a good thing? It almost seems as though every new tool intended to cut through the communications clutter simply creates more of it, and that the rise of a new tool just renders obsolete many of the filtering and management efforts employed to make the preceding ones more useful. There's something to be said for using the right tool for the right task...and something even more to be said for knowing when to shut up.
What's atrazine doing when it reaches our water?