The summary of the Science Blogging Meme

Martin Fenner started it all, so Martin also put together a summary of most frequent, most interesting and funniest responses. Take a look.

And here is the Worldle summary of the Question #1 and here for Question #2.

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Thanks great, tks a ton.

Dan Howitt

By Dan Howitt (not verified) on 30 Nov 2008 #permalink

According to the Wordle summary for Question #2 ("What will you never write about?"), topics regarded as utterly untouchable by science bloggers include "calcium" and "bioinformatics." Who would have guessed?

Ha! It's from Henry Gee - never blog about the 'release of calcium from intracellular stores' - an old NN joke.