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As much as I hate to rehash this tired theme, I think it’s worth discussing in light of a recent change I’ve undergone in my personal and professional opinions. Initially I was just going to blog about the death of link buying. Although this is no longer the focus of this post, it most certainly […]
- Reddit AMAs today! Michio Kaku: bit.ly/1hTcySn Brian Greene: bit.ly/1k0nqP8 NASA meteor specialists: bit.ly/1eadkX7 2 hours ago
- Really interesting bit.ly/1laLJK5 The world's leading newspapers as designed by their readers. 8 hours ago
- RT @AnibugZA: 1% of the photons seen on a TV screen showing static comes from the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR), a remnant o… 10 hours ago
- Is there an easier way of viewing the xkcd mouseover text on mobile than viewing the page source & looking for the image title tag? 12 hours ago
- bit.ly/1dxP30h If the Moon were only 1 pixel - A tediously accurate map of the solar system. #space 15 hours ago
- Visual Thought #50
- Anti-Rape Wear
- The Untrustworthy & Unethical Reporting of IOL News
- Visual Thought of the Day #49
- Sexism in Schools and the Workplace
- Visual Thought of the Day #48
- The Importance of Online Anonymity
- Visual Thought of the Day #47
- The Frustration of Hunting for Health Info Online
- Visual Thought of the Day #46
Keep an eye on:Free Society Institute South Africa. A non-profit society encouraging skepticism and secularism in South Africa.
Astronomy picture of the day archive by NASA. This is one of my all-time favourite sites. I visit it every single day & so should you.
Bad Astronomer Phil Plait blogs at Slate.
Astronomy Education is a compilation of direct links to homepages of different astronomy and space websites.