Science Reporting: Hype or Hope?

Recently, a sea-grizzled, Pulitzer-award winning journalist asked me if I thought the print media did a good job of science reporting.  I...

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More than three decades ago, when guys like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were building technology companies that would change the world,...

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Science Reporting: Hype or Hope?

Recently, a sea-grizzled, Pulitzer-award winning journalist asked me if I thought the print media did a good job of science reporting.  I...

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By Ross Anderson OK boomers.  Take a look at what we’ve done to our adopted home.