Inidbloggies 2006 - Results Announced

Over here. Arunn of Nonoscience takes the second prize in Sci/Tech category. Wonderful. Congrats to all the winners and pariticipants. Cheers, beers, etc.

We should hopefully have separate categories for Science and Technology next year. There are lot of excellent science blogs and it would be good not to lump them with tech blogs that are not focussed on science.

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Head over to nonoscience where Arunn has a very cool collection of science posts for the 20th edition of Melt.

Selva, I used to read yours through RSS feed. Was not aware that you moved here. I am getting it back.

I echoed similar sentiments in Nonoscience blog.