Everyone has heard of Seed’s ScienceBlogs project by now – the afore-mentioned Good Math, Bad Math weblog is just one of many sites under their umbrella, as is Razib’s Gene Expression annex. One scienceblog that doesn’t get a lot of respect though is the science journal at Ars Technia, Nobel Intent. The focus is diffuse, sort of like a highly-educated layman’s version of Physics Today. At present for example, there’s a piece on quantum computing data storage, the commonalities between human and sponges, and how to make a universe. It’s a great blog and it’s been around for a while, and should be a stop on any scienceblog roundup.