Posted yesterday about Ben Goldacre's book Bad Science: Quacks, Hacks, and Big Pharma Flacks. He's also a blogger and, at the very end of his book, was talking about the poor state of science reporting in the media. His advice was for those who know about science, and care about science literacy, was to write about science.
There's no money in it, but you knew that when you started on this path. You will do it because you know that knowledge is beautiful, and because if only a hundred people share your passion, that is enough.
Amen, brother. That's exactly why I write this blog.