Postgenomic aggregates posts from life science blogs and then does useful and interesting things with that data.
For example, it allows you to get an instant picture of what news stories are being heavily linked to by researchers in the medical sciences, or which papers are being cited or reviewed most often, or which buzzwords are being used the most frequently.
It’s sort of like a hot papers meeting with the entire biomed blogging community.
He asks that you add some special tags to your posts so that they can more efficiently be aggregated and analyzed. I’m not too keen on marking up my posts — no Technorati tags here — but if you’re into that kind of stuff, you should check it out.
From the list of life sciences blogs I see that my posts average 400 words and 4.5 links.