ScienceBlogs is in German now... what's next?

i-9109eb35435e74dba19acd3fc3a332cc-sock-monkey.jpgWell... it looks like ScienceBlogs is now in German - I really wish I could read it! I'm sure it's very interesting though. So now that we've taken over Germany who should be our next conquest be for global domination? We're attempting to take over the world one language at a time. Head over to the official Sb's blog, 3.14 to weigh in on the next language.

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Page 3.14 here on Sb has asked readers to share their language preferences so the further conquest enlightenment of the science blogosphere can continue. If you've got a second, please go over and answer the questions to help the folks who run this place out!
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If you can read German language and you are interested in science, you will be happy to know that our sister-site, Scienceblogs.de is now live! It looks and feels similar to us, and they have lured in several of the best German-language bloggers. The collaboration between the two sites will…

Well, I can read it, and it is not comparable to the good scienceblogs.com. Hope it is getting more into details.