ScienceBlogs Select

I know that the SB site can be overwhelming; there is a lot here, and
it can take a lot of time to go through it all.  Now, for
those of you who like to use feeds, e.g. Google Reader, you can get a
"Select" view of what might be the best posts.  The method for
choosing them is secret.  But unlike other "Select" services,
this one is free.

If unsure how to use this, try going to, either
sign in or create an account, then click Add Subscription, then copy
and past the link above.

There are many other ways to do it, of course.  But this is
simple and reliable.

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