Help out a fellow science blogger!

Science blogger Shelley Batts of Retrospectacle is once again in the running for a nice chunk of change via the 2007 blogging scholarship. She's one of 20 finalists, and as things stand, it's a close race (and to be honest, some of her closest challengers are just pretty lame). So she'd very much appreciate it if you wandered over yonder and dropped her a vote on behalf of science blog fans everywhere.

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