New ScienceBlogs Reader Survey


Starting Monday, you'll notice green boxes in the sidebars of all of our blogs announcing our first reader survey. Go ahead, answer it! We figure the best way to make our site better is to hear from y'all.

Oh, yeah, and did I mention that one lucky survey respondent will win a *free* iPod Nano?


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Ditto. Unless you're collaborating with the NSA and my ISP to trace my IP address, there's no way I can win a nano. Where's the contact info field?