I've recently noticed two new philosophy of science blogs on the internets worth following:
(1) Brains, by Gualtiero Piccinini, a recent grad of my department. As the title indicates, this leans towards cognitive science issues. This is the area of philosophy of science I know the least about, so I'm hoping keeping up with Gualtiero's blog will show me at least the tip of the iceberg.
(2) Words of Mass Dissemination, by Mickael Dickson, the current editor of the journal Philosophy of Science (which, from what I can tell, is widely agreed to be the leading North American periodical on philosophy of science). I have no idea how he'll have time to keep up with his editorial duties and make blog posts, but I certainly hope he does manage to juggle them both. (Though, it looks like posting has slowed down a bit recently.)
I apologize that it has been so long since my last real/ philosophically substantive post. Virtually all of my brain waves are currently dedicated to the job search, but I am working on a post about quantum logic (which, coincidentally, the above-mentioned Prof. Dickson has written on recently) that I hope will be up soon, once I figure out a couple more things.