AAAS 2010 meeting

In San Diego this week. Check it out. I'll be there - see my session. If you will be there, let me know. Let's have coffee or lunch, etc. My session is on 21st in the morning, and there is a lot of social stuff I agreed to on the 19th in the afternoon and evening, and of course I want to see a lot of other sessions, but I am generally flexible. Just ping me over e-mail or Twitter or phone (if you have my number) or post a comment here.

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Have fun, please be sure to check out the Bloggers social soiree and tell me all about it. Tell Allison and Jonathan (of AAAS) that I said hello.