Link Love: National Geographic Blogs and A New Scibling

By Carl Zimmer | October 10, 2007 10:11 am

Chris Sloan, a senior editor at National Geographic Magazine, points me to a cluster of new blogs he and others at NG have just launched. Sloan’s own blog includes a refreshingly frank discussion of the forged-fossil controversy NG was involved in a few years ago.

Science Blogs meanwhile continued to absorb blogs in Borg-like fashion. Among the new additions is one I’ve followed for a while, Laelaps, which covers stuff like fossil horses, human evolution, and such. Long live the organisms.

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