AAAS 2010 meeting - quick update

AAAS meeting is in full swing. Follow hashtag #AAAS10 on Twitter. My session is tomorrow at 8:30am. It will be recorded, I think, so you'll be able to see it in a day or two after.

Sorry for no (live)blogging but there is no online access in the convention center.... I will wait until I am back home and write a summary post after the event is over.

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I think if you signed up to blog for them you could have had press/wifi access. They did want more 'seasoned' science bloggers to participate in the new bloggy effort.

Why blog for them, when I already blog for four other places?