Clearing out the dust as we remodel the Scholarly Kitchen, and introducing two new Chefs.
When your blog lets you know it’s impressed with your production level, you know you’ve done something that’s both impressive and regrettable.
The Scholarly Kitchen turns five this month. How time flies when you’re having fun.
The recently departed WSJ Health Blog taught us all lessons — and this blogger the lesson of standing up for what is clearly a better way of doing things.
The price of typos exists, but the price of not seeing solutions that are right in front of you could be higher.
Blogs, Twitter, and YouTube feast on traditional media, but they change the agenda for millions in the meantime, as a recent Pew study shows.
Discussion forums built around academic journal articles haven’t seen much usage from readers. Lessons learned from the behavior of sports fans may provide some insight into the reasons why.
Web 2.0 may be shattering the established control of elite media. In their place are loud and aggressive voices.