I don't know if anyone else does this, but when I get online, there's a certain sequence of sites that I run through. My way of getting to know what's happened in the world that I care about.
So in case anyone else is interested, here is my "Science Path" for exploring science news online:
The New York Times Science Section: Started reading this because of Carl Zimmer's articles. I think eventually NYTimes is going behind a pay wall. I haven't been reading this one as much lately.
The Los Angeles Times Science Section: Pretty much all the big stories are the same between these two source. But each have blogs and 'local' stories that are interesting as well.
Research Bloggers "Ecology and Conservation" Index: This site compiles all those blogs who are publishing articles reviewing or discussing recent articles. There's some good stuff and some mediocre stuff on here. I often dig around other categories, but the ecology and conservation category is the one I read most frequently. I used to link my own stuff on there a lot, but I haven't (obviously) been contributing much lately.
Science Subreddits: I usually try to look at the Science, Biology and AskScience subreddits on reddit.com. I'm a panelist for the AskScience subreddit, although there aren't usually questions that I am qualified to answer there.
Tetrapod Zoology: I generally am bored by taxonomy, but every time I read Tet Zoo I get interested again. I've learned and forgotten more from reading this blog than I could possibly have imagined. The articles are long-ish, so I end up spending a lot of time in the Tet Zoo archives.
The Loom: I like Carl Zimmer's writings a lot. I don't get this far down my path very often, but when I do I'm always impressed. I also like some of the other Discovery blogs (especially Bad Astronomy).
Anyway, just thought I'd share.