Jacob Ward

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Jacob Ward on KCRW

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

Online Comments: Freedom of Speech or the Bane of the Internet?

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

Online Comments: Freedom of Speech or the Bane of the Internet?

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

from To the Point

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

Online Comments: Freedom of Speech or the Bane of the Internet?

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

from To the Point

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