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Archives for July, 2009

The Best of July

I posted 173 (this is 174th) posts in July. As I was traveling the first half of the month, I scheduled a bunch of quotes and also a bunch of re-posts of the most basic and informative posts about chronobiology for your summer education The first week of July, I was in Lindau, Germany, at…

Here are the submissions for OpenLab 2009 to date. As we have surpassed 240 entries, all of them, as well as the “submit” buttons and codes and the bookmarklet, are under the fold. You can buy the 2006, 2007 and 2008 editions at Lulu.com. Please use the submission form to add more of your and…

New and Exciting in PLoS ONE

There are 14 new articles in PLoS ONE today. As always, you should rate the articles, post notes and comments and send trackbacks when you blog about the papers. You can now also easily place articles on various social services (CiteULike, Mendeley, Connotea, Stumbleupon, Facebook and Digg) with just one click. Here are my own…

Berry Go Round # 19: Quiche Botanique is up on Quiche Moraine Friday Ark #254 is up on Modulator

A few weeks ago in Lindau, Lars Fischer (remember his guest post here?) sat me down with the digital audio recorder and conducted an interview – we talked for about an hour about Open Access, future of scientific publishing/papers/communication, etc. The article based on that interview is now online – you can read it here,…

Clock Quotes

The most dangerous thing in the world is to make a friend of an Englishman, because he’ll come sleep in your closet rather than spend ten shillings on a hotel. – Truman Capote

New and Exciting in PLoS this week

There are new articles in PLoS ONE, PLoS Genetics and PLoS Computational Biology today. As always, you should rate the articles, post notes and comments and send trackbacks when you blog about the papers. You can now also easily place articles on various social services (CiteULike, Mendeley, Connotea, Stumbleupon, Facebook and Digg) with just one…

The series of interviews with some of the participants of the 2008 Science Blogging Conference was quite popular, so I decided to do the same thing again this year, posting interviews with some of the people who attended ScienceOnline’09 back in January. Today, I asked Russ Campbell from the Fishtown University blog to answer a…

Today’s carnivals

The 116th Meeting of the Skeptics’ Circle is up Beyond the Short Coat