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Because Today’s Topic is Web 2.0…

science progress logo with Web 2.0 logo reflection treatmentWe’ve made some recent improvements behind the scenes here at Science Progress that readers may have noticed. But because today’s big Center for American Progress event focuses on the power of New Media technologies, I wanted to make sure that all our social media channels (some still in development) were visible.

Over the past week, we’ve produced several podcasts, and you can now subscribe to our occasional series via iTunes (this link will open your iTunes software).

We’ve been on Twitter for a while, but if you’re not currently following, you can get updates on SP features and science and tech policy from other projects at CAP, as well as links to the news and reports we’re reading:

We’ve always offered an RSS feed (available in the navigation menu at the top of the page) so that it’s easy to pick up our content in your favorite reader, but we’ve recently updated the feed to RSS 2.0 to provide more information on each article.

For the past 18 months, we’ve used this social bookmarking site to archive links to S&T policy news and interesting research studies. Follow it here:


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