Things I do - archaeology, architectural history, geology, history and fun. Things I like - music (all genres), reading, animals.
Perfectly edited, compiled, and nicely read, Science News provides excellent journalist summaries of major and sometimes minor breakthroughs in the sciences. Appropriately, the editors of this series do not editorialize nor do they pass judgment on the stories themselves. Therefore, the hard facts of geology and mathematics are presented right alongside the latest speculations of evolutionary psychology. As a college professor with degrees in both social and natural sciences, teaching in a natural science department, I appreciate and heartily recommend this to anybody with a more than casual interest in research and technology.
Innovation a key competitive advantage, these reviews keep a finger on the pulse. They are well narrated, the content is board in scope, with a dense holistic viewpoint on predictions on how the world will change in the near and distance future.