Following Aetiology...

While I'm at it, I might as well add that I now have a twitter account, for those of you who'd like to follow along there: http://twitter.com/aetiology

Or, if RSS feeds are more your thing, Aetiology's is http://feeds.feedburner.com/scienceblogs/aetiology

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Thanks a ton for your work, Tara. I was a regular reader of your blog a while back, then lost track for some reason. Now you've pretty much become an indispensable daily source for me. The Twitter account will make it even easier to follow you.

Anyway, just wanted to register my appreciation.

By Chris Berez (not verified) on 26 Apr 2009 #permalink

Thank you for providing posts informed by science literacy and common sense, especially right now with so much high octane crazy flooding the web on the subject of swine flu.

By Peter Dines (not verified) on 26 Apr 2009 #permalink