ScienceBlogs wants your help... and is willing to pay. Well sorta... they're giving away some ipod type goodies to some people who complete a short survey. Here's the schtick:
We launched Seed and ScienceBlogs because we believe that science can change the world and science literacy is how we get there. In the pages of our magazine we've tried to capture the ideas and issues fueling this cultural shift. Online we've aimed to foster a lively and spirited conversation about where it's all heading.
Now, we invite you to share with us directly your perspective on the state of science, and your opinion on how we can improve our own efforts to raise science literacy. The survey should take about 20 minutes to complete.
As a special "thank you" for participating you will be eligible to enter for a chance to win a suite of Apple products: an iPhone 3G, a MacBook Air and a 40GB Apple TV.
On behalf of our writers, bloggers, correspondents, designers, photographers, producers, and editors around the world, thank you for your impassioned support and for making the time to complete this survey.
Please press the "Start Survey" button to begin the survey.
Very truly yours,
Hook Adam up and head over there :)
The survey is closed.
That was quick.
Seems stupid to me. But late-comers always whine I suppose.
If the science blogs were not becoming the atheism blogs, they would do better.
Zimmer was right to get out of this farce.
Even the science that there is, ain't that great; most people would be better off just perusing a standard textbook on any science subject.
Who ya kiddin!