Best Science Posts of 2006 Book

i-0e7e8d11b7097a670a3a1ba2a9d1db41-bookcover.jpgOur own Bora Zivkovic, proprietor of A Blog Around the Clock, has been editting an anthology of the best science blog posts of 2006. Yours truly was lucky enough to be included for this post on Floyd Landis several months ago. Here is the editor's announcement.

The book -- entitled The Open Laboratory: The Best Writing on Science Blogs 2006 -- goes on sale today at Lulu.com, so please go and check it out.

There are some incredibly good posts included in this book. This stuff is why I enjoy writing and reading science blogs so much, the opportunity to get really in depth about a subject without confusing the uninitiated. I really urge you to take a look because I think you will like it.

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