journalism

  • Meta Stuff

    How Should We Pay for Science Journalism?

    A few months back I followed a Twitter conversation about paying for science journalism. It was sparked by these Tweets by Flying Trilobite and FriendsOfDarwin, commenting on the new paywall Slate put on their site for non-US visitors. Oh, @slate is going behind a paywall for non-US readers. #unsubscribed #thatWasEasy – http://t.co/aEcO66eD0Z — Friends of Darwin (@friendsofdarwin) July 21, 2015…

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  • Skepticism

    What Ferguson Can Teach Journalists

    One of my many takeaways from Ferguson coverage over the last two weeks has been a confirmation of a suspicion I’ve held for awhile: journalists have more than earned their bad rap. Sources don’t assume that we’ll quote them unfairly, that prejudice and stereotypes will dominate our narrative, and that we’re after “the story” rather than the truth because they’re…

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  • Feminism

    Women in Secularism: Interview with Lindsay Beyerstein

    Women in Secularism 3 is coming up this May. The speakers list includes many admirable, accomplished women with whom I am humbled to be billed (including our very own Amy and Debbie). One of them is Lindsay Beyerstein, an accomplished journalist and all-around interesting person, as I found out last Skepticon. Without further ado, I present her comments on journalism, photography,…

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    ICYMI: March 10 – March 16 on the Skepchick Network

    Hunker down, folks. It’s time to catch up on all the awesome stuff you missed last week on the Skepchick Network. Teen Skepchick The Physics Philes, lesson 39: Angling to Get Ahead Mindy is still trying to teach herself physics. See how far she’s gotten. Angry Feminism Olivia defends a recent Guardian op-ed about keeping the anger in feminism. There’s…

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