Monthly Archives: July 2011

Actually, Apartment Buildings Are Sexy

Improving your home’s energy efficiency is something you should do–and you don’t have to wait for anyone else. But there is a larger issue of how we live and organize our communities that also needs to be addressed.
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Posted in Energy, Environment, Housing, Transportation | 7 Comments

Links 7/27/11

Links for you.
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Public Data, Publishing, Priority, and Public Health

While publication is enshrined as the pinnacle of scientific communication, in the case of the E. coli O104:H4 outbreak, it was pretty much irrelevant. It also encouraged bad behavior.
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Posted in E. coli, Genomics, Propaganda, Publishing | 4 Comments

Links 7/26/11

Links for you.
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Genomics: Speed Kills, and Not in a Good Way (On SNPs and Genomic Epidemiology)

Genomic epidemiology isn’t just “really fast sequencing.”
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Links 7/25/11

Links for you.
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Quote of the Day: The Infrastructure of Terrorism

Just another lone wolf?
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Posted in Conservatives, Terrorism | 2 Comments