You might also enjoy my second blog…

September 29th, 2011 by Ben Goldacre in bad science | No Comments »

As well as being here I’m also there: here’s a quick round-up of recent posts from my other blog where I post scatty, brief scribbles in between bouts of real work, they’re in the sidebar on the right too.: -

- How accurate is turnitin? And a brief scribble on plagiarism
- This man’s reasoning is FAULTLESS
- Could an Angry Vagina be the source of womb diseases such as fibroid tumours?
- A great iphone World Bank data app, and the medical stats app I’d like to see
- How PubGet could be better: add free open repositories.
- God hates fax
- What’s the best way to read and browse online academic journals?

The front page is here….

Also, you might enjoy this fun project what I built, with the real work done by lovely web developers Applecado, Aaron Rudd, and Jo Brodie:

It’s a map that anyone can add to, with all the fun nerdy day trip destinations in the world. There are about 2,000 so far, it’s still in beta-ish but fully functional and very good fun indeed.

My favourite spot:


If you like what I do, and you want me to do more, you can: buy my books Bad Science and Bad Pharma, give them to your friends, put them on your reading list, employ me to do a talk, or tweet this article to your friends. Thanks! ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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