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Smart Phones: Good for Being Social and Anti-Social

Smart Phones: Good for Being Social and Anti-Social

It’s not uncommon in a New York City subway car, an airport terminal or just about any other public space to see a dozen or more people completely consumed by what’s happening on the screen of their smartphone, to the exclusion of the world around them...

August 17, 2011 — Larry Greenemeier
Welcome to A Blog Around The Clock – Next Generation.

Welcome to A Blog Around The Clock – Next Generation.

The day has finally arrived – the new Scientific American blog network is live! And, after almost a year of relative rest, my blog is about to get active again, with substantive posts coming up on a regular basis...

July 5, 2011 — Bora Zivkovic
Welcome to The SA Incubator

Welcome to The SA Incubator

This may be a tough time for journalists, in terms of getting jobs, making a living. But this is the best time in history for journalism, including science journalism.

July 5, 2011 — Bora Zivkovic
Starting at the Beginning

Starting at the Beginning

Welcome! I’m thrilled to be joining this brand new blog network and to be part of this new collection of voices! Since I hate blogging about blogging I’m going to just jump right in, and what better place to start than right at the beginning?...

July 5, 2011 — Christina Agapakis
Compound Eye: the many facets of science photography

Compound Eye: the many facets of science photography

Welcome to Compound Eye, a Scientific American photography blog! The blog is new, but the blogger is not. My name is Alex Wild. I am an entomologist and nature photographer based in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, and I have been writing about insects, science, and photography at Myrmecos Blog since 2007...

July 5, 2011 — Alex Wild
Welcome to Creatology

Welcome to Creatology

Creatology is an experiment in blogging about creativity and science. Welcome to our first post on the Scientific American Blog Network, which is crammed with brilliant science writers.

July 5, 2011 — Christine Ottery
Welcome to PsiVid

Welcome to PsiVid

Your PsiVid hosts, Carin Bondar and Joanne Manaster, will be watching the world of science film and video, and sharing our great finds with science enthusiasts like you.

July 5, 2011 — Carin Bondar
Welcome to Plugged In!

Welcome to Plugged In!

Welcome to Plugged In, a new addition to the Scientific American blogging family! This blog brings together four authors - Robynne, Scott, Melissa, and David - who will explore the connections between energy, the environment, and our lives...

July 5, 2011 — Melissa C. Lott
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