The time has come ...

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(I was originally going to hold off posting this until May 31st, but there seems little point)

I've been blogging here at Scienceblogs since January 2006, nearly three and a half years. During that time I have made many good friends - both fellow bloggers and readers - and have enjoyed the support of Seed Media Group. The time has, however, come for me to move on. The reasons are numerous but are also not really worth recounting here.

I do intend to continue blogging and will be found at http://jmlynch.wordpress.com at least for the short term. Hopefully some of you will follow me there.

Thank you for everything.

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