Just Science

This isn't technically about science, but I wanted to remind everyone that the week of science challenge has begun (as of yesterday), and the Just Science webpage is aggregating the feeds of all the participating blogs. So if you're interested in reading a bunch of science blogging, including some by science blogs you probably haven't come across before, then head on over to the website.

UPDATE: Since I was suggesting you go read the feeds from all the participants, it would have been smart for me to link to the feed site. It's here. I'm sorry, I'm still learning about these newfangled internets.

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