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1,000,000 Comments!!

Well, we’ve done it. Just over one year has passed since we hit 500,000 comments, and now, September 16, 2008, at 8:32 a.m. Eastern Time, we’ve reached 1,000,000. Hooray!

Check out the ScienceBlogs homepage throughout the day; we’ll be rotating some of what we thought were the best of the million.

If you’re near a major city (or even a not-so-major city), you may be able to check out of the 15 reader parties that various ScienceBloggers are throwing throughout the world. See the line-up here.

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If you leave a comment before September 30, don’t forget to enter in the ScienceBlogs comment contest. Top prize is an all-expenses paid trip to the Big Apple for a science adventure.

Comments

  1. #1 Glendon Mellow
    September 16, 2008

    Thanks for providing a place with such stimulating blogs!

  2. #2 fake name
    September 16, 2008

    Is there a link to the millionth comment somewhere?

  3. #3 Ginny
    September 16, 2008

    unfortunately there is no way for us to know what the millionth comment was, simply that we reached one million.

  4. #4 Temaharay
    September 16, 2008

    Behold, for it is I, your 1,000,000th commentator! (maybe)

    Marvel at my wit and gasp at my lack of meaningful content. Yes, I have done fouled your precious 1,000,000th comment with a lame movie joke. Mwawawawa!!!

    This is what you get for not setting up a ‘science blog’ party near my city. If you do not comply with my demand I shall do the same with your 2,000,000th comment too! I shall return…

  5. #5 Edward
    September 17, 2008

    Wanted: Science Blogger(s)

    Hello. I co-edit a fan site for Fringe. The site is currently receiving a few thousand visitors daily. We’d like to add a real science column to the mix. The column will serve as a peer review for the science presented in the show, be it fringe, quasi, bad, etc., i.e. The column will be a great way to promote your personal science themed blog/writing (read: that’s what’s in it for you).

    To apply, submit a critique of the science of a current or past episode of Fringe complete with a closing signature (who you are, what you do, where you blog, etc.).

  6. #6 Jean
    October 9, 2010

    This is a great achivement and many congrats to you all at Science Blogs! I am nearing the same mark upon one of my blogs but unfortuately 999,999 of them are simply spammers trying it on! if your wondering, the valid singular (1) post was because I forgot to delete the “hello world” post!!

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