Here's what I don't understand about Gleick-gate.
Was his "unethical" act that he pretended to be a specific person with an established relationship with Heartland? (Which I'll concede was both duplicitious to Heartland and exploitative of that person.) Or that he pretended to be "not Peter Gleick"? (Which I'm having a hard time distinguishing from a journalist going undercover, or 60 Minutes sending a hidden camera into a doctor's office or auto repair shop to capture and expose fraud.)
Perhaps someone can explain?