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We also get stories directly from scientists who have a place on the front lines of science, including A.K. about our feature on developing video calls. Also included is a recent note from Michael Knoll. He worked on video conferencing technology development in the 1970s, and even contributed to the videophone sequence in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. And we're always excited when Benny Rietveld's name pops up in our inbox.

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He is not only a lifelong reader (subscribed, as he points out, “before the Internet”), but also the bassist of the legendary band Santana. His latest missile drew criticism from a “damage” headline due to vaccinations. “Personally, I want everyone to read the article, and making an immediate decision on the title risks alienating potential readers who may have an anti-vax stance to begin with.” Good point, Mr. Rietveld. Keep writing and thanks for the music!

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Nancy Schutt is the editor-in-chief of the Science News Media Group. Before that, she was an editor for NPR and US News & World Report, and a contributor to National Geographic and Scientific American. She is the former president of the National Association of Scientific Writers.

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