Thursday, January 01, 2009

Science/Technology (2009 Archive)


ACLU: Privacy and Technology

American Constitution Society for Law and Policy: IP and Tech Law

Boing Boing

Center for Inquiry: A Global Federation Committed to Science, Reason, Free Inquiry, Secularism, and Planetary Ethics

Chris Mooney: The Intersection


Creative Commons

Darwin Correspondence Project (University of Cambridge)

Discover Magazine: Science, Technology and the Future

The Eclectic Review: Where Science and Science Fiction Collide

Electronic Frontier Foundation

Expose: America's Investigative Reports

Federation of American Scientists


First Monday: Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet

Fora TV: Technology and Science

Framing Science (Matthew Nisbet)

Frontline Documentaries (PBS)

The Future of the Internet - and How to Stop It (Jonathan Zittrain)

Greater Good Magazine: The Science of a Meaningful Life

Health Beat (The Century Foundation)

Hearsay Culture (Center for Internet and Society)

Incite!: Experimental Media and Radical Aesthetics

Lawrence Lessig

Living on Earth: Sound Journalism for the Whole Planet

Media Shift: Your Guide to the Digital Media Revolution (PBS)


New York Times: Technology

On the Media (NPR/WNYC)

On the Nightstand (what are scientists reading?)

Political Communication Resources (W. Lance Bennett/Dept of Communication-Washington University)

Point of Inquiry

Save the Internet: Fighting for Internet Freedom

Scarleteen: Sex Ed for the Real World

Science Blogs

Science Cafe (University of California-San Francisco)

Science Friday (NPR)

Science Talk (Scientific American)

Speaking of Faith with Krista Tippet (American Public Media)

Steven Berlin Johnson

Technology Review (MIT)

Tech President

TED: Ideas Worth Spreading

Telecom Policy (FAIR Archive)

Time Tube

UChannel: Science

UChannel: Technology



Wired News


Kevin Kelly: The New Socialism - Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online

Guiyu, Largest E-Waste Site on Earth

Matthew C. Nisbet: Communicating Climate Change -- Why Frames Matter for Public Engagement

Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development

Lowell Monke: The Human Touch


Yes! Magazine: Special Themed Issue -- Food for Everyone

Saul Hansell: Reports on Time-Warner and ATT Cable Controversies and Why Japan Has a Better Model; Tana Geneva: On Consumer Responses

Evolution Weekend: A Guide to Origin of Species by Charles Darwin (BBC/Includes entire text)

Speaking of Faith: Evolution and Wonder -- Understanding Charles Darwin

Fora TV: Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig and pop artist Shepard Fairey discuss copyright law in a conversation with author Steven Johnson

Benedict Carey: Brain Power -- Brain Researchers Open Door to Editing Memory

Leo Goldsmith: Review of We Live in Public

Saul Hansell: The Economics of Snooping on Internet Traffic

Speaking of Faith: Repossessing Virtue -- Wise Voices from Religion, Science, Industry and the Arts on the Economic Crisis

Worldview: Effects of Bee Colony Collapse Disorder; The Secret Life of New York's Bees; Climate Change’s Drastic Impact on Marine Ecosystems

Weekly Signals: Rose George author of The Big Necessity: The Unmentionable World of Human Waste and Why It Matters

Philosophy Bites: David Papineau on Scientific Realism

Sarah DiGregorio: Is Foie Gras Torture?

On the Media: The Growing Cable Monopoly -- Comcast

Pete Kozachik Cinematographer of Coraline: 2 Worlds in 3 Dimensions

Alexander Zaitchik: Twitter Nation Has Arrived--How Scared Should We Be?

When Ads Start Watching Us

On the Media: National Security Monitored Domestic Communication of American Journalists

Rick Hancoi: Film--Is There a Future in Our Past? (The Afterlife of Latent Images)*

Brad Stone: Report Calls Online Threats to Children Overblown

Weekly Signals: An interview with Wendy Chapkis co-author of Dying to Get High: Marijuana as Medicine

Weekly Signals: An interview with Dacher Keltner the author of Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life

Matt Zoller Seitz: Copy Rites--YouTube vs. Kevin B. Lee

Counterspin: Kali Akuno, Andy Worthington and Francesca Grifo on the Bush legacy

2008 Archive

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