By “smaller” we mean very much smaller with, at least initially, a staff of one editor, one reporter, one photographer, one researcher and one investigator. All of whom are the same one person!
It is impossible for that poor, overworked and stressed one person to do much more than keep up with the news rather than go out there and find out stuff the rest of the press has missed and so we would more than welcome others out there to contribute to the magazine!
The best we can offer at the moment is your own by-line for articles you write, research you do, photographs you take and so on. For most of the time, what you will see instead is our overstressed everything staff adding articles that have been found elsewhere, such as the links to the two great magazines mentioned earlier.
- In the first issue of Scientific American: Centrifuges and levitating haystacks (boingboing.net)
- Scientific American says Independent #GMO Research is Suppressed (themomu.wordpress.com)
- November 2011 Advances Section Additional Resources (scientificamerican.com)
- A Beautiful New Scientific American Archive (Which Is Free for a Short Time) (theatlantic.com)
- Blogging maven (betterprehealthideas.wordpress.com)
- Science examines why that song is stuck in your head (holykaw.alltop.com)