New brief piece on science blogging

Featuring quotes by yours truly as well as our dear Dr Isis, Drugmonkey, and Bora Zivkovic.

Kamalski, J. (2010). Blogging about science. Research Trends 17. Retrieved from http://www.info.scopus.com/researchtrends/archive/RT17/beh_dat_17.html .

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