This would better fit to be a Twitter update, but I cannot resist to cite this sentence from Gabe Rivera Techmeme inventor in an older Wired conversation:
What’s the best thing to do if Google wants track you down and you are “a geek, the kind of person who searched Google every time a thought passed through his head”. Well, Aaron Swartz‘s nervous nerd novel, Bubble City (I summarize my thoughts on it in the next post) has a geeky algorithm to… Continue reading How to get rid of the Google Eye according to Bubble City: Scroogle and Tor
I am not watching to many videocasts, but the last 5 epizodes of the Make Weekend Projects with Bre Pettis are always on my iPhone and viewed every time. Now Anna over at Videovoo reports on the coming Make:TV featuring half-hour episodes that will be presented in High-Def TV and streamed on the web in… Continue reading Everything you want to know about Make:TV on Videovoo
Everybody is comparing Google’s Knol project to Wikipedia intended to be a “repository of knowledge from experts on various topics” (NYT) or “a free, ad-supported publishing system” (Wired), currently a “private, invitation-only knowledge sharing service” (Blogoscoped). But for a biotech blogger like me the first association is to compare Knol to the blogosphere. Just think… Continue reading Google’s knollers and the bloggers: cooperation or competition?
Actually the idea of asking science bloggers about their style came to my mind reading one email remark of Deepak on the writing style. Deepak is the guy behind business/byte/genes/molecules and he was a Sci Foo camper this year. He is one amongst the few bloggers who are standing at the intersection of science and… Continue reading What is your (science) blogging writing style, Deepak Singh?