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SciWriteLabs 8.3: Adjudicating the Lehrer plagiarism accusations. Plus: Are we ignoring the truly frightening trends in journalism?*

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SciWriteLabs 8.2: Is it kosher to re-use wording from Facebook updates in your journalism? And: do we need a Son of Sam law for media miscreants?

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SciWriteLabs 8.1: The Lehrer affair, consequence-free plagiarism, and rules for blogging

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Jonah Lehrer and the Blair-O-Meter: My effort to quantify media misdeeds

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Meandering Mississippi: An early journalism iBook is all wet

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Crap futurism, cruftiness, and walled gardens: A Download the Universe roundtable on e-reading

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The frozen future of nonfiction: My review of David Eagleman’s Why The Net Matters

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Download the (e-book) Universe

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A (slightly belated) science blog celebration

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Practical Tips on Writing a Book from 23 Brilliant Authors

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