3QD Sci Blogging Contest - Thanks!

i-b82ac0ffcf007b014ccd4505aaacb8e8-3QD semifinals 2010.gifThanks for your votes, everyone!

One of the three posts of mine initially nominated for the 3 Quarks Daily Science Blogging Prize made it to the semi-finals! Somewhat unsurprisingly, it was the post on oral sex in fruitbats.

Check out the other semi-finalists, here.

And also congratulations to my sciblings (and former sciblings) who also made the semi-finals: Ed Yong, Scicurious, Eric Johnson, and Christie Wilcox!

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