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One difference between reading Open Laboratory anthologies and reading the original posts included in them is that the printed versions are slightly edited and polished. Another difference is that the Prefaces and Introductions can be found only in the books. They have never been placed online. But now that four books are out and we…

Another Open Laboratory 2009 review

David Bradley read the book and liked it. Perhaps you’ll like it, too. If you use the code “SHOWERS” in April during check-out you will get 10% off. Just go here right now and click on “Buy now” Under the fold – OpenLab2010 entries so far, and the submission buttons:

Second review of Open Laboratory 2009

And it is good! Written by Maggie Koerth-Baker at BoingBoing: Best science writing from the blogosphere! Check it out. Post a comment….

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The first review of Open Laboratory 2009

The fourth anthology barely managed to hit the virtual shelves when the very first book review was published. Of course, considering the speed, this was done by a blogger – Grant Jacobs from the ‘Code for Life’ blog on New Zealand sciblogs. Read his review here. You liked what you just read? Buy the book!…

The Open Laboratory 2009 – It is Live!

Yes, the day has finally arrived! The anthology is now up for sale! Just go ahead right now and click on this link right here, then click on the “Add To Cart” button and one copy (or more!) of this amazing book will be yours! SciCurious did a fantastic job as this year’s editor –…

The time has come….the moment many of you have been waiting for, for months! The most amazing 2009 guest editor Scicurious and I are ready to announce the 50 posts that have made it through a grueling judging process to emerge as winners to be included in the Open Laboratory 2009, the anthology of the…

There will be, at ScienceOnline2010, at least two sessions dedicated to books and book publishing – From Blog to Book: Using Blogs and Social Networks to Develop Your Professional Writing and Writing for more than glory: Proposals and Pitches that Pay – as well as several others that will at least mention books as vehicles…

The Deadline has passed! There are a total of over 700 submissions for OpenLab 2009. Thank you all for submitting your and other people’s blog posts. I at least opened every one of them, and already read many of them and the overall quality looks very high. SciCurious is ready (here is her post), judges…

Reminder: Deadline is December 1st at midnight EST! Here are the submissions for OpenLab 2009 to date (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 other people’s posts (remember that we are looking for original poems, art, cartoons…