A History of Science Blogging
Bora Zivkovic, "Science Blogs – definition, and a history"
Some Science Blog Networks to Explore
Scientific American: Blog Network (blog descriptions)
National Geographic: Phenomena (click on the name of a blog)
National Geographic and Seed: ScienceBlogs (choose a blog from dropdown)
The Guardian: Science Blog Network (click on the name of a blog)
Nature: SciLogs (browse >Blogs)
Discover: Latest Blog Posts (click on a blog name in the Blogs header)
Wired: Science Blogs (click on a blog in the Wired Science Blogs panel)
Scientopia (go to Our Members for descriptions of bloggers)
The Last Word On Nothing (follow links in About Us to bios of bloggers)
Discover Magazine: Blogs (click on the name of a blog in the banner)
Science News: Blogs (Explore > Blogs > pick a blog)
PLOS (Public Library of Science): Blogs (see List of PLOS Blogs)
Popular Science: Blogs (choose a blog in the dropdown in the right-hand column)
Outline and PDF for Primer on Meta-Blogging
Links for Meta-Blogging Science & Justice
ScienceDaily.com, EurekaAlert.org, and Newswise.com (press releases)
ScienceSeeker, a project of ScienceOnline
Use of Images
Robert Krulwich, "Plants Talk. Plants Listen. Here's How" (drawings)
Ed Yong, "The Most Versatile Impressionist in the Forest" (info-photo)
Science Journalism Bloggers
Knight Science Journalism Tracker (KSJT), written mostly by Paul Raeburn and Charlie Petit: "Atlantic Etc: Was the Everest tragedy global warming's fault? Maybe. But it's the wrong question, again."
On Science Blogs by Tabitha Powledge: "Obesity on the decline?"
Ed Yong, "I've Got Your Missing Links Right Here"
Ed Yong, "The Ed's Up" (sample email)