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July 20, 2004 4:53 AM   Subscribe

Seed Magazine. Seed is a popular science magazine for our times aimed at smart, young, and curious men and women who are passionate about science and its fast-changing place in our culture.
posted by srboisvert (9 comments total)

 
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posted by adrianhon at 5:03 AM on July 20, 2004


Incidentally, I think the magazine has some good but uneven writing, judging from a free copy a got a while back. It also seemed to have a very heavy cultural/social slant on the science, more than you might see in Scientific American or New Scientist.
posted by adrianhon at 5:10 AM on July 20, 2004


Here is an interview done with the precocious publisher Adam Bly on Talk of the Nation Science Friday when the magazine was launched.
posted by samuelad at 6:26 AM on July 20, 2004


Boing Boing mentioned this magazine the other day. Cory called it "a Maxim for science, something that makes science cool and relevant and edgy."

No comment.
posted by bcwinters at 7:09 AM on July 20, 2004


science and its fast-changing place in our culture.
posted by quonsar at 8:08 AM on July 20, 2004


I've browsed it a coupla times. Five-second review: meh. Nice pictures, lots of hand-wringing and not much else.


For all it's faults (and zany enthusiasms), I'll stick to New Scientist, thanks.
posted by bonehead at 8:37 AM on July 20, 2004


I find Seed uneven, but the writings of Jonah Lehrer -- as in this profile of physicist Brian Greene and this article about Proust and neuroscience -- are marvelous. Lehrer is in his early 20s, by the way, and a Rhodes scholar -- a science writer to watch.
posted by digaman at 9:43 AM on July 20, 2004


lots of hand-wringing

Like its jumping on the mercury / vaccines / autism bandwagon.
posted by raygirvan at 10:06 AM on July 20, 2004


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I searched and I couldn't find the website that had free pepsi blue. What is the link?
posted by srboisvert at 1:55 PM on July 20, 2004


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