ScienceBlogs reader survey & new blog

You've probably noticed the yellow banner ads at the top of the page. They're advertising a reader survey being conducted by ScienceBlogs at the moment. The survey is open to everyone and if you fill it out - it'll take about 10 minutes - you'll be in with a chance of winning a 40Gb iPod, iPhone and MacBook Air.

ScienceBlogs has also added the 72nd blog to its network. Built on Facts is a physics blog written by Matt Springer, a graduate student at Texas A&M University.

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